A lecturer Sacked Over Sexual Harassment


Kwara State University Vice-Chancellor, disclosed a very crucial issue in Ilorin on Monday, while addressing newsgathering, to proclaim the eighth and ninth assembly functions of the establishment and school.

The VC said that Pelumi Adewale had stopped being a staff of the school for bringing the foundation into disrepute and shame. “The security organization has taken up the case and it is in court as of now, yet I am illuminating you authoritatively that the man is presently an ex-staff individual from the school. He is a shame to our extraordinary foundation and we will not approve such demonstrations,” He said.

Hez News reports that Adewale Pelumi was on September 11 charged under the watchful eye of a judge court sitting in Ilorin, over an allegation of sexual harassment. The suspect was captured by the State Intelligence Bureau over offenses verging on criminal terrorizing, inappropriate behavior, and examination practices. According to the First Information Report, a request dated October 15 by Adegunsoye claimed that in September, Adewale, who was charged with the responsibility of teaching a female student a course, MLS 212 Cell, and Molecular Biology, took steps to have sex with her and threatened to fail her if she wouldn’t have sex with him.