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NEWS UPDATE: KWASU lecturer docked in Ilorin over alleged sexual harassment, exam malpractices

NEWS UPDATE: KWASU lecturer docked in Ilorin over alleged sexual harassment, exam malpractices

Pelumi Adewole, a lecturer in the Kwara Province Academy, KWASU, Malete, on Tuesday appeared before a Justice of the Peace’s Judicature over alleged intimidation, sexual harassment and test malpractices.

He was arrested by operatives of the Province Intelligence Bureau, SIB.

The offences according to the Foremost Information Written report, FIR, contravened Sections 397, 95 of the Penal Code Law and Subdivision 3(320) of the Test Malpractices Human activity CAP E 15 Law of the Federal Regime of Nigeria, 2004.

Adewole, was, nevertheless nonetheless, granted bail in the amount of N200,000 by the presiding Justice of the Peace, Ibrahim Mohammed.

The FIR, stated amongst others that a student of the Department of Pure and Applied Scientific discipline, in the institution, Adegunsoye Faith Tosin wrote a petition, dated Oct 15, 2021.

In the petition, the student alleged that sometime in September 2021, Adewole, a lecturer assigned to instruct her a course of instruction MLS 212 Jail cell and Molecular Biological science, called her and threatened to neglect her in her forthcoming exams whether she refused to have sex with him.

Next the threat by the lecturer, the law instructed Adegunsoye to play along with him in enjoin to obtain raw evidence.

The lecturer so lured the student into his sleeping room at in relation to 8.30p.m at Taoheed Route, Basin area of Ilorin.

The lecturer, gave her a new enquiry paper and reply script of KWASU to rewrite her exams with a hope to have sexual intercourse with her till daytime break

Unknown to the randy lecturer, detectives of the SIB who were hiding at a distant location apprehended him in the human action.

Although, he confessed to the allegations during investigation, Adewole nevertheless nonetheless, later denied them in his remarks.

Police force prosecutor, Nasiru Yusuf, in his submission, informed the judicature that the offences were not bailable and that sexual harassment was at present rampant in the society.

Nasiru, so urged the judicature to deny the suspect bail.

Take defence counsel, Barrister A.J.Opalekunde, urged that the accused is still presumed harmless until proven guilty and sought bail for the suspect.

Justice of the Peace Ibrahim, in his ruling, granted the accused bail and adjourned the example till Dec 8,2021, for farther cite.

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