SEX FOR GRADES: Students Who Harass Lecturers Should Be Exposed – UNICAL Lecturer 

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By Ovatitomi Ibingha 

As sex for grade continues to intensify in most higher institutions in the country and Cross River State, a lecturer in the department of Mass Communications, University of Calabar (UNICAL), Inyali Peter has said that students who sexually harass lecturers should be exposed as a means of curbing sex for grade in tertiary institutions.

The publisher of Fearless Reports took to his Facebook wall to make his suggestion.

In his opinion, Inyali media aid to the State Governor, Ben Ayade said: “How about students that sexually harass lecturers? They should be exposed and called out too”.

This is coming shortly after BBC Africa Eye exposed two lecturers inside the University of Lagos and the University of Ghana for sexually harassing female students.

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