Dr Boniface Igbeneghu Biography
Boniface Igbeneghu was born in the mid-1960s to Edo parents in Nigeria, Dr Boniface is an associate professor at the University of Lagos (Unilag).He has been a lecturer at Unilag for many years, he holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in French (Ibadan), Master of Arts Degree in French (Lagos), Master of Arts Degree in Linguistics (Ibadan), Doctor of Philosophy Degree in French and Comparative Syntax (Lagos).
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The troubled lecturer is also the National General Secretary, Modern Languages Association of Nigeria (MLAN). Member, University French Teachers Association of Nigeria (UFTAN). Member, West African Linguistics Society (WALS), domiciled at the Summer Institute of Linguistics, Dallas Texas, USA. Member, Association of French Language Studies (AFLS), domiciled at Aston University, United Kingdom.
Boniface is also the head pastor at Foursquare Gospel Church in Lagos.
Igbeneghu is happily married with children.
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- Boniface Igbeneghu got popular immedietly as a video of him and a female university admission seeker surfaced the internet by BBC on their West African s*x for grades mission.
- According to the BBC, they decided to send undercover journalist disguising as a student to meet Igbeneghu after a number of students have complained about him.
- The undercover journalist posed as a 17-year-old student who wanted an admission at the University of Lagos.
- The “student” endured a couple of s*xual harassment from the lecturer who is also a head pastor at the Foursquare Gospel Church.
- The Foursquare Gospel Church has asked Prof Boniface Igbeneghu, Senior lecturer at the University of Lagos and one of the Pastors of a local branch of its church, to step down from the pulpit.
- Prof Boniface is one of a couple of lecturers caught soliciting s*x for grades in a BBC documentary detailing s*xual harassment on university campuses in Nigeria and Ghana.
- In one instance, Boniface is seen praying with the undercover journalist before asking her to kiss him and threatening to make life miserable for her on campus if she fails to honour his subsequent invitations.
Watch the shocking video below.
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Former presidential candidate and former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, has also commented on the sordid tales contained in the documentary.
“I have just read the story on #SexForGrades across public tertiary institutions in many West African countries. This is unacceptable, and requires systemic strategies to put a deterrence to such behaviour.
“As a society, we cannot allow a trend that is psychologically abusive to young women to thrive. In fact, that’s a direct opposite of what a sound educational system represents,” Atiku said.