The leaders and authorities of the famous Covenant University, located at Ota, Ogun state has sacked one of its lecturers called, Stephen Ukenna for the offence of allegedly raping a 17 year old female 100L student inside his office. According the Sahara Reporters, the university dismissed the lecturer on Tuesday and he is presently in police custody.
The lecturer, Mr Stephen Ukenna was from the prestigious department of Business Management at Covenant University. He is 41 years old and according to the police investigation, he was arrested shortly after the victim called her parents to inform them about what happened to her.
She said that the so called lecturer invited her to his office, pretending that he wanted to plan a surprise birthday party for one of her close friends. But eventually, when she arrived, he locked the doors to his office and performed the forbidden act on the poor young girl, who is just 17 years old. He did it on top the table of his office as well.
Covenant university have already sacked the lecturer and hopefully, the little girl would get justice, since he is also in police custody.
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