n a 13 minutes video by BBC Africa where an undercover journalist, Kiki Mordi, disguised as a 17-year-old admission seeker, a lecturer with the University of Lagos has been caught on camera revealing about a ‘cold room’ in UNILAG, where s£xual exploits take place between students and lecturers!

While making s£xual demands from the disguised 17-year-old, the lecturer, Boniface Igbeneghu, is a former sub-dean of Faculty of Art and head pastor of local Foursquare Gospel Church, had several meetings with the undercover BBC agent, offering her some ‘tutorials’. The legal age for s£xual consent in Nigeria is 18.

The investigation by BBC is part of a broader one that uncovers the s£x for grade crises in West African Universities. University of Ghana and University of Lagos were featured in the documentary.

After asking the girl her age and being told that she’s 17, the pastor cum lecturer was quoted as saying: “Don’t you know you are a beautiful girl? Do you know I am a pastor and I am in my 50s but if I want a girl of 17 years, all I need is a sweet tongue and put some money,” he said.

Pastor Boniface also prayed with the ‘under cover admission seeker’ for her to succeed, and then proceeded to ask her: “what age do you start knowing men. Be assured that your mother will not hear.”

unilag cold room

In making further shocking revelation, the UNILAG lecture exposed to the ‘girl’ a secret place known as the “cold room” in the university. According to Boniface, in the cold room, located at the staff club of the university, lecturers “touch students’ breast,” who have to pay with their bodies to get good grade.

The lecturer, during the final meeting with the undercover journalist told her that to secure the admission, “she must be obedient”.

During this time, he became more randy, asking “do you want me to kiss you? Switch off the light, lock the door and I will kiss you for a minute. That’s what they do in cold room.”

The lecturer went to the bathroom and upon his return; he locked the door, switched off the light and embraced the ‘admission seeker’.

“You are too stiff. I can call you to come any day. If you don’t come, you know you are gone,” he threatened the undercover journalist.


A similar incidence occurred in the University of Ghana, where the lecturer made inappropriate remarks to the undercover journalist who posed as a masters student.

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