Love is where you find it. Right? Be it on campus, at a funeral, in the church, clubhouse or wherever. Love is no respecter of persons, be it a student, a lecturer, a pastor, a politician, or whoever. In the recognition of the power of Love human beings dare make no law against it. The proper thing is for a man to propose hoping he will be successful. But rape, defilement, etc. are unlawful.
So what is BBC-Africa Eye talking about? They should go to European Universities and see if more awkward and debased relationships are not on their campuses? Have they forgotten the immorality and ‘animalistic’ behaviours across their countries all these years? Have we condemned them or seek to reduce them to a laughing stock? They should leave us alone to be ourselves!
And why are African universities setting up some kind of committees to look at this framed, ‘Sex For Grade’ stuff. Has any student complained on this matter to them or they are acting because of a bogus documentary? Has any lecturer raped any student? Ahh! If we continue this way, the West will continue to set the agenda for us. Tell BBC-Eye, we know the practice exists but don’t need your hyped documentary to act. In any case what solution was suggested in the documentary? None. So, do not be surprised when you soon find NGOs, CSOs, etc. writing proposals for financial support from the West to fight the practice in our African universities. What a shame!
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