The Academic Staff Union of Universities [ASUU] has called for a thorough investigation and appropriate sanction of Lecturers indicted in the alleged Sex for Grades scandal in order to sanitize the University system.

The ASUU Chairman, University of Lagos, Dr Dele Ashiru, said that the Union is against all forms of unethical practices, including sexual harassment.

He condemned the act of shame in its entirety and noted that the matter will be thoroughly investigated and appropriate sanction will be carried out on everyone found quilt of the allegation.

Dr Ashiru was reacting to a viral British Broadcasting Corporation video which showed some Lecturers of Universities of Lagos and Ghana sexually harassing Female students just to award them better grades than other students.

On his part, Chimdi Maduagwu, Professor of English in Unilag, said there is need for social re-orientation of the Lecturers and other staffs.

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