#Sex-For-Grade: Nigerian Musicians React
Some of the Nigerian celebrities have expressed their opinions to the viral sex-for-grades BBC documentary video which indicted lecturers at University of Lagos.
University of Lagos (UNILAG) lecturer, Dr Boniface Igbeneghu, a former sub-dean of Faculty of Art and head pastor of local Foursquare Gospel Church was caught on camera harassing a female undercover journalist who posed as a 17-year-old student seeking admission.
Don Jazzy condemned lecturers involved in the act but pointed out some female students are guilty.
“I understand that some ladies are also guilty of offering their lecturers sex for good grades but I believe this documentary will be a deterrent. If the Students know their lecturers will reject their offers, they won’t dare make an attempt,” he tweeted.
Falz said: “I don’t think this is a time for baseless animosity. I have and will always speak up against all forms of sexual abuse. Yesterday, today, tomorrow. What we should be doing is working together to get rid of this dysfunctional system that allows women to be taken advantage of.”
Seun Kuti tweeted: “OGA ADAMU ADAMU MINISTER OF EDUCATION WE STILL DEY WAIT YOUR RESPONSE ABOUT DIS SEX FOR GRADE AND ADMISSION, NO TRY BEHAVE LIKE SAY U NO HEAR, DIS WAHALA CONCERN U AS D MINISTER.
“WE STILL DEY WAIT FOR ASUU RESPONSE ABOUT DIS SEX FOR GRADE AND ADMISSION WAHALA FOR ALL OUR UNIVERSITY,”“ASUU LEADERS MAKE UNA NO PRETEND LIKE SAY UNA NO HEAR ALL DIS NOISE ABOUT UNA MEMBERS ACCUSE OF SEX FOR GRADES IN OUR UNIS, IF NA UNA MONEY STRUGGLE NOW, UNA GO EXPECT BOTH ACTIVISTS AND STUDENTS TO RISE AND FIGHT FOR UNA, NOW D STUDENTS NEED UNA TO RISE AND FIGHT FOR DEM TOO.