A senior lecturer at Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, described as notoriously randy with female students, has been caught pants down while allegedly attempting to have carnal knowledge of one his students in Ado Ekiti.
The lady’s boyfriend and his friends were said to have informed the lady to play along with the lecturer when he made overtures to her in exchange for marks.
Sources at the institution identified the lecturer as Dr. O.O Aduwo and was seen nude in a 29-second video clip which has gone viral on social media.
A male voice at the background of the video proclaimed Aduwo as a lecturer at the Department of Accounting of the institution.
Some female students of the varsity who were believed to have laid siege to the residence of the female student were seen dragging the embattled lecturer out of a room.
Aduwo was seen nude in a video of twenty-nine seconds where he was forcefully pulled out of a room by some young men who were said to be the friends of the female student.
In the video, a voice was clearly audible chanting “This is a lecturer of EKSU, he wants to have S*x with a student”, among other things revealing the shameful act.
The lecturer was also calling Rector! Rector!Rector! perhaps a friend who accompanied him to the place.
The lecturer was seeing suffering severe beatings from the students.
He was seen in the video begging for help and trying to resist the students from pulling him out of the room unclad.
The female student in question (name withheld) uploaded the video on her Whatsapp status, with the caption “I am not sending oh, he wants to fk fresh pu*y.
Some students of the University confirmed the identity of the lecturer in the video as a known face but were not happy with the shameful act.
They claimed that most lecturers in the institution were in the habit of taking undue advantage of ladies hence the need for an investigation into the matter, with sanction for the lecturer.
They said there are several cases of such in the school but most victims were not bold enough to expose the act.
When contacted EKSU authorities claimed that it was not aware of the incident while police public Relations Officer Caleb Ikechukwu also said the command was not aware of the issue saying it had not been reported to any police station.
Meanwhile, the institution’s Public Relation Officer, Mr. Bode Olofinmuagun who confirmed the incident, added that the management will investigate the matter before necessary action would be taken.