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Kabale University don fired in “sex for marks“ scandal

In a letter dated November 9, the university secretary, Johnson Baryantuma Munono informed Aboidum that the university management had found him guilty of sexual harassment and unprofessionalism.

KABALE, UGANDA: The Appointments Board of Kabale University in Western Uganda has sacked, Dr. Lukman Nafiu Aboidum, the Head of Department of Economics and Statistics for demanding sex from some female students in exchange for marks.

In a letter dated November 9, the university secretary, Johnson Baryantuma Munono informed Aboidum that the university management had found him guilty of sexual harassment and unprofessionalism.

“I regret to inform you that the Appointments Board of Kabale University under Min.598/60/AB/2022 found you guilty of sexual harassment, failure to follow examination regulations and professional negligence,” Munono noted.

”The board further resolved not to renew your contract as a senior lecturer- Statistics when it expires on November 11, 2022,” the letter added.

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Furthermore, the lecturer was directed to hand over all the university property in his possession to the Dean Faculty of Economics and Management Science in the presence of the internal auditor.

This comes months after the university interdicted the Nigerian-born lecturer after reports emerged that he had been demanding sex from some female students in exchange for marks.

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Reports further indicated that those that refused his advances would be given retakes.

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