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OAU Staff Unions talks on S*x-For-Mark Scandal Rocking The Institution


As per a report by Premium Times, the two scholarly associations in Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife, have abandoned Bisi Olaleye, a teacher enmeshed in a sex-for-marks outrage. 

The two associations are the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and the breakaway Congress University Academics (CONUA). 

PREMIUM TIMES uncovered how Mr Olaleye of the Department of International Relations, Faculty of Administration, was gotten on tape requesting sex from Motunrayo Afolayan, a 400-level understudy of the office. 

The understudy gave a seven-minute sound account as a feature of the proof before the college board that explored the charges. 

A male understudy of the office recognized as Sikiru was heard in the sound account guaranteeing Ms Afolayan of good outcomes on the off chance that she consented to Mr Olaleye's suggestion. 

This paper additionally detailed how different exploited people have portrayed their stunning encounters with a similar speaker. 

The administration of the college through its representative, Abiodun Olanrewaju, said it had decreased the instructor's pay significantly pending the result of the issue before the board. 

Numerous Nigerians via web-based networking media have required the instructor's sack and indictment. 

Repudiated 

The administrators of both ASUU, Adeola Egbedokun, and CONUA, Niyi Sumonu, talked with PREMIUM TIMES in independent meetings on Tuesday. 

Reacting to inquiries on the continuous outrage through WhatsApp, Mr Egbedokun expressed: "Mr Bisi Olaleye isn't an individual from ACADEMIC STAFF UNION OF UNIVERSITIES (ASUU)." 

He said the association was not on the side of illicitness and called for appropriate discipline against Mr Olaleye. 

"ASUU trusts in equity and any individual from staff discovered needing ought to be managed by the guidelines controlling the lead of staff of Obafemi Awolowo University," he told our reporter. 

On his part, Mr Sumonu, representing CONUA didn't verify or refute whether the randy teacher is an individual from his association. 

He was, in any case, worried about the "humiliating" demonstration of the teacher and furthermore required his indictment "whenever saw as blameworthy by the University board." 

"Mr Olaleye has broken the University rule and ought to be rebuffed as needs be whenever seen as blameworthy. Our association won't remain on the side of illicitness. Instructors are not allowed to have illicit relationships with understudies who normally are mediocre compared to them." 

He revealed to PREMIUM TIMES that "whenever saw as liable, obviously, he ought to be made to confront the law" as he made reference to the instance of Richard Akindele, an educator who was busted for a similar offense in 2018. 

Mr Akindele was sacked, arraigned and is right now serving a two-year prison term.

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