As outrage over the sex-for-admission scandal grows intense, management of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) has announced the suspension of another lecturer, Dr. Samuel Oladipo.
On Monday, UNILAG management had suspended Dr. Boniface Igbeneghu of the Department of European Languages and Integrated Studies and banned him from the campus.
The trending video chronicled cases of sexual harassment of female students by lecturers in some West African universities including UNILAG in exchange for admission.
Dr. Oladipo, lecturer in the Department of Economics, was featured in the second stream of the video recording allegedly demanding for sex in exchange for admission from an undercover British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) reporter in his office.
Vice Chancellor, Prof. Ouwatoyin Ogundipe, said Dr. Oladipo will face a panel.
A specialist in Economic Development, Oladipo has six research works to his credit and one project. His recent article, which he co-authored with C. Ogboni is titled: ‘’Stock market and economic growth: The Nigerian experience’’ was published in August.
When newsmen visited the offices of the two lecturers, yesterday, it was under lock and key and none of their colleagues could explain their whereabouts while students claimed they saw them last on Friday.