A senior lecturer in the University of Lagos (UNILAG), Dr. Boniface Igbeneghu, who has been exposed in a BBC SexForGrades documentary is presently being attacked by Nigerians online.
BBC Africa Eye, after interviewing several students who had been abused, sent undercover journalists posing as students to lecturers who were in the habit of harassing students.
Igbeneghu, who is also the head pastor of a Foursquare Gospel Church in Lagos, on his first meeting with one of the journalists who posed as a 17-year-old admission seeker, commented on her appearance.
He revealed that there was a location inside the UNILAG Staff club known as ‘cold room’ where lecturers take female students for sexual pleasures.
On his final meeting with the journalist, he attempted to show her the ‘cold room’ experience by requesting a kiss.
See reactions below:
One Lamar wrote “ That “cold room” in unilag staff club , I’ve heard of the gist a long time ago where lecturers even drug students. But if I had spoke I wouldn’t be a graduate by now.
Dr Boniface is just one out many in unilag
I’m glad there’s a scapegoat.#SexForGrades“
One Ugonnia wrote “
Dr Boniface Igbeneghu.
Former Sub Dean, Faculty of Arts.
Unilag Senior lecturer.
UNILAG and NUC must use this guy as an example to stop other lecturers from harassing women.
Sack him. #SexForGrades
One Nicolette wrote “Why preach and contradict yourself? Lol, the bible say man must serve God or mammon and my guy decided to serve both? She didn’t ask him for the scenario that goes on in the Cold room. But baba pot belly decided to act it out anyways. BBC you’ve done well #SexForGrades“