The Management of the University of Calabar, Cross River State has warned lecturers who have sexual intercourse with female students in exchange for grades to desist from such acts.
In a memorandum dated Tuesday, August 10, 2021 and signed by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Administration, Professor Michael Peter Okom, the management lamented over the act stating that those involved will be invited by the disciplinary committee.
Speaking further, the statement also called out lecturers who extort students and even allow the students to rewrite their examinations in their homes and relaxation centres.
Read the statement below;
“It has come to the knowledge of Management that some teaching staff have revived the obnoxious and abhorrable acts of sorting, extortion and sex for grades/sexual harassment”
“Some departments and lecturers have been specifically fingered and investigations have commenced. Management also has information to the effect that lecturers have resorted to giving students scripts to write exams at homes, hotels and relaxation places.
“All those involved in these despicable activities are hereby warned to desist and repent. In fact, they will soon be invited to interact with the Disciplinary Committee.”