Sex for grades in Nigeria – Trouble for undergraduate who boasted on TikTok her private parts helped her graduate 😜

The Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Imo State, Nigeria has launched an investigation into the identity of a female graduate who boasted about her graduation on TikTok. The graduate, who recently wrote her last examination and concluded her project defence, posted a video on the social media platform, claiming that she was able to successfully complete her studies due to the help of God and her “private parts”.

The issue of lecturers having sexual relations with students in excange for grades is not a new topic in Nigerian institutions of higher learning. There has been allegations and confessions many times. BUT the lady in a recently viral video took it up a notch when she went on TiTok and bragged about how her private parts helped her graduate.

The video, which was shared by @rawnigeria, has sparked outrage from the Alumni of the institution and the public. Hon. Columbus Akalonu, an Alumnus of the Federal Polytechnic, Nekede and former Supervisory Councillor of Youth, Sports and Social Welfare in Imo State, has called on the school’s Rector, Dr. M.C. Arimanwa, to sanction the female graduate by withdrawing her certificate or giving her extra year for defaming the reputable institution.

In response, the Registrar of the Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Eucharia Anuna, has confirmed the decision to probe the lady, who said on TikTok: 

“Omo today is the final day. Men, Nekede bye. This Nekede stress ends today. I am now a graduate of Federal Polytechnic, Nekede. It can only be God o and my p…y o.” 

Anuna has described the action of the student as “most unacceptable and preposterous”, as the institution prides itself as an institution with high academic and moral standards.

The Federal Polytechnic, Nekede has released hotlines through which students can report any act of exploitation or corruption. The institution has also made it clear that it will not condone any act of misconduct or “anti-social behaviour”, and that any staff or student found culpable will be meted with appropriate punishment.

The story of this female graduate of Federal Polytechnic, Nekede has sparked a conversation about the importance of upholding high academic and moral standards in Nigerian educational institutions. It is essential for students to remember that their actions, whether online or offline, can have serious consequences and that they should always conduct themselves in a manner that is befitting of their institution.

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