OSU Lecturer Captured On Video Begging 400level Student For Sex
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August 11, 2016 ( Post 1 )
A lecturer at the Department of Languages and Linguistics of the Osun State University, Ikire Campus, Wale Ojoniyi, has landed in trouble after the video tape of his alleged sexual escapade with a 400 level English student of the institution, Mercy Ikwue was released.
The student, who released the over 30-minute video clip, allegedly recorded it in a hotel room.
Though there was no real sexual intercourse in the footages, however, some students of the institution claimed the accused raped her, according to a video obtained by Punch.
In a petition written to the newspaper by some students of the university, Ojoniyi was behind the suspension of Ikkwue, after she was allegedly caught for examination malpractices.
On her return to the university after the one academic session rustication, the petition claimed the lecturer mounted pressure on the student for an amorous affair but the lady resisted him.
It was further learnt that the lady confided in some persons, who advised her to set a trap for Ojoniyi by agreeing to his love advances.
According to the content of the captured footages, the female student mounted the laptop directly opposite the bed and pretended to be watching the ‘Things Fall Apart’ film on it but she was capturing the moment of madness with the supposed lecturer.
In the video, Ikwue was seen throwing her blue top on the bed from an angle she knew the camera could not cover. She also ensured that the camera lense did not capture her when she removed her trousers.
The man came to the bed naked oblivious of the trap set for him and dangled his manhood throughout the show.
The female student during the drama said at one point, “Give me my transport. I am not asking for any other money, just give me my transport fare.
“Why is your thing (private part) dropping like this, haven’t you done it in recent time.
“Before I went on suspension, why didn’t you plead on my behalf? You knew about it joo.”
Reacting however, Ojoniyi said it was the handiwork of students who are bent on bringing him down. He said, “I also heard of the video. It is being investigated.”
“People can do anything, but I cannot be brought down.”
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