Babcock University reacts to viral allegations of harassment and misconduct against a lecturer of Babcock University on social media by sacking him.
Following the release of the #SexForGrades documentary there has been several sexual harassment allegations on social media, some former students of Babcock named Akamo, Michael Eze, Moses Aaron –as some lecturers who have sexually assaulted them.
The lecturer, Akamo, had been accused by director of communication and marketing, Joshua Suleiman, that on Twitter of demanding sexual gratification and cash for grades from students.
“His contract with the University was terminated at the end of the 2018/2019 academic session, on grounds that the University viewed with serious concerns because of the University’s hallowed moral and academic values. “We wish also to state clearly and emphatically, that Babcock University has zero tolerance for sexual crimes .