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OAU Sex-for-Marks: See what Female Student told the OAU Panel

Monica Osagie appears before the Sex-for-marks investigating committee today! We will also reveal the identity of the female student.

Female Student appears before the investigating committee

Fow two weeks now, the female voice and the OAU sex for marks voice has been trending.

Before now, we only knew the voice of the female., but the management of Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) have revealed the identity of the female voice and the alleged lecturer.

The female voice heard in the conversation between the lecturer belongs to one Miss Monica Osagie, the Masters in Business Administration student of the Obafemi Awolowo University who busted her teacher Professor Richard Akindele for demanding sex-for-marks.

See her pictures below;.

monica osagie appears before committee
Monica Osagie (Independent)

The Vice chancellor of OAU and the investigating committee ordered Osagi to appear before the committee for proper investigation.

At first, she resisted but today 24th April, 2018, Monica Osagie  have appeared before the investigating committee.

The Press were not allowed to enter the investigation room for security reasons.

Akinyode-Afolabi, Executive Director for Human Advocate Research and Documentation Centre, who spoke with newsmen after the closed door session which lasted for more than seven hours, said Osagie told the panel that she passed the course but was later failed by the don because of her refusal to sleep with him.

She said that Osagie narrated in details what transpired between her and the don, adding that lawyers present at the meeting were not allowed to make any contribution.

Akinyode-Afolabi, said that Osagie also informed the panel that she recorded the conversation between her and the professor as evidence.

She said Osagie also informed the panel that she reported the sexual harassment by the don to some lecturers in the university, adding that no action was taken by them.

Akinyode-Afolabi said some lawyers who represented the lecturers who Osagie claimed she reported the case to also appeared before the panel.

She said that Osagie also told the panel that she did not score 33 per cent as alleged but was failed so that she could bow to the sexual demand of the don.

Akinyode-Afolabi said she was optimistic that the outcome of the panel would serve as a lesson to other lecturers who also engage in such acts.
She, however, urged the panel to ensure that justice prevailed on the issue so as to maintain the integrity of the institution.

Akinyode-Afolabi, who did not allow Osagie to talk to newsmen, said her client would always be available to give evidence whenever she was called upon.

Members of the panel did not also speak with newsmen after the meeting.

Wondering who exactly is the Professor that was embarrassed for requesting sex for marks from his student?

Then see his picture below:
Disgraced Professor Richard Akindele: now suspended by OAU authorities (NAN)

Meanwhile, be informed that the management of OAU have suspended the Professor following the recommendation from the Sex-for marks investigating committee

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