A Senior Lecturer Dr. Bode Okundayo of the University of Benin (UNIBEN), has begged for forgiveness after been accussed of R*ping 400 level student of English and Literature in Departement

Okundayo was captured in a Video obtained by IGBERE TV, begging for forgiveness after allegedly raping a female student in his office. The name of the female victim is withheld

According to a student of the institution who spoke with our correspondent, Dr. Okundayo is the victim’s Project supervisor.

It was gathered that the unfortunate incident occurred on Tuesday, October 5, 2021, when she had gone to his office in regards to her final year project.

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According to the student, “It’s unclear what transpired in his office, but he was said to have r*ped her and afterwards, locked her up for hours, refusing to let her go.”

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Sources claimed “she had to call a friend and explained where she was and what had happened. It was the friend, with the help of security guards and others, that rescued her.”

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The lecturer was subsequently taken to the administrative building where he was questioned and allegedly admitted to committing the crime.

In the video, a voice was heard telling the lecturer that he cannot be forgiven because this is the third time the student is getting raped.

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Efforts by IGBERE TV to g get the reactions of the institution proved abortive as all the management declined to comment on the issue.

However, a source close to the institution that craved anonymity said the matter is currently under investigation

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