Sex-For-Marks Randy Nigerian Lecturer Sacked In Uganda 

Ola ‘Kiya, With Agency Report

A randy lecturer of Nigerian descent, Dr Nafiu Lukman Abiodun, has been sacked for requesting sex for marks from his students.

He’s a product of the University of Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria.

At Kabale University, Uganda where he was disgraced, the Nigerian was not only a staff, but the Head of Department of Economics and Statistics.

Dr Nafiu Lukman Abiodun was sacked after being found guilty of sexual harassment.

Joy Constance Kwesiga, Kabale University chancellor, confirmed that Abiodun, the director of research at the same university before the incident, confirmed the development, according to multiple media reports.

Reports say the university don was interdicted mid-this year to pave the way for investigations into complaints that he was demanding sex from female students in exchange for marks.

According to findings, Abiodun would automatically give retakes to female students that would refuse his libido.

But, his luck ran out when some female students recorded him demanding sex on the mobile phone.

In a November 11 letter addressed to Abiodun, the university secretary, Canon Johnson Munono Byaryantuma, said that investigations found him guilty of sexual harassment, failure to follow examination regulations, and professional guidance.

“I regret to inform you that the appointments board of Kabale University under Min.598160/AB/21122 found you guilty of sexual harassment, failure to follow examination regulations, and professional negligence.

“The board, therefore, directed you be severely reprimanded and your interdiction be lifted,” reads the letter.

He added that “The board further resolved not to renew your contract as a senior lecturer of statistics when it expires on 11 November 2022.

“You are, therefore, required to hand over all university property in your possession to the Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Management Science in the presence of the financial auditor.”

Kwesiga, according to The Observer, declined to divulge details, saying they have information that Lukman may petition the court.

Abiodun said that he was yet to receive the letter terminating his services.

He dismissed the accusations levelled against him, but declined to discuss the details.

Nafiu, Lukman Abiodun holds a PhD Degree in Statistics from the University of Ilorin, Nigeria.

He was working as an Associate Professor of Statistics and Director of Research, Publications and Innovation at the Islamic University In Uganda.

He specializes in Mathematical Statistics and Sampling Methods.

Dr. Nafiu is a Consulting Statisticians to Niger State Youth Empowerment Scheme, Assessor and Reviewer to several academic journals.

He is a member of Nigerian Statistical Association, Mathematical Association of Nigeria, Nigerian Mathematical Society and Ugandan Statistical Society.

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