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Nigerian universities to take stronger disciplinary steps against sex offenders

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Authorities of Universities in the country have been charged to ensure that appropriate and immediate disciplinary action is taken against lecturers that sexually harass female students.

Speaking on a Radio Lagos programme in Ikeja, a lecturer at the school of Communication, Lagos State University, Taiwo Thanni said this became imperative to save female students from the hands of shameless Nigerians masquerading as lecturers.

Thanni also urged the University Authorities to employ only lecturers that had integrity and impeccable character that would be role models to students.

The Don  wanted each University in the country to appoint a few old and experienced female lecturers female students could report to when  sexually harassed.

He advised parents to regularly monitor their children in the Universities.

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