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28-Year-Old Student Cries Out After Being Impregnated By Her Lecturer (Details/Photos)

According to Punch, a lecturer at the Ogun State College of Health Technology, Ilese Ijebu,
Dr Oluseyi Adu, and a Dental Nursing student, Mosunmola, are in a row over who is
responsible for the pregnancy that the nursing student is carrying.

Mosunmola, who is nine months pregnant, alleged that Adu was responsible for the child in
her womb, adding that they had Sêx in a hotel
sometime in August, 2016. She said the lecturer
beat her up last month when she confronted him at the college for avoiding her, adding that
the case was already at the Ilese Police Station.

Mosunmola told Punch correspondent that she
underwent a three-year course at the college,
adding that several lecturers had asked her out
before Adu, but she refused. She said,
“Dr Adu is the Oral Health Coordinator
for the college. During my three years
study, he taught me two courses each semester. I have never failed his course.

“When I got to second semester, 300 level, he awarded me 38 in one of his
courses. I went to his office in August
2016 to know why I failed the course. I
needed to pass all my courses to be able to go for my board exam.

“He asked me if I thought I could just
come to the school and go like that. He
said if I dated him, he would waive the
course. He said he didn’t approach me in
100 level because another lecturer was
interested in dating me.
“The lecturer he mentioned told me in
100 level that it was either I paid him
money or used my body to pass his
course. Because I didn’t agree, I failed
his course. I didn’t pass it until I got to
300 level.
“I told Adu that I would date him, but I didn’t want to have any problem, and he
assured me that there would be no regret.”
The victim said the lecturer took her to the
office of the Head of Department and after
some discussions, it was agreed that she could
sit for the board exam.
After the board exam at POGIL College of Health Technology, Oke-Eri, Ijebu Ode, on
August 21, Adu, who was among those on the
panel, was said to have given Mosunmola some
of his practical instruments and a laptop for safekeeping.
However, Mosunmola said when the school bus
arrived to take the students back to the school, she forgot to give the practical instruments
back to the lecturer. She said Adu later called
and asked her to bring the instruments to a
hotel where he lodged.
“I was preparing to leave when he called
me back that I would be sleeping over
with him.
“I met him with another lecturer in my
department. I observed that the lecturer
also had a female student with him.
From the hotel, we went to different
places before we finally lodged in
another hotel along Ilese Road. While I
was with Adu in a room, my other classmate passed the night with the
second lecturer in another room.
“We had three rounds of Sêx. He didn’t release on time. He used two côndoms
for the first two rounds. The third round was, however, flesh-to-flesh. That was
when he ejaculated inside me,” she explained.

She said the lecturer dropped her off at home
and they continued their relationship, until she
stopped seeing her menstruation a few weeks
later. The Ogun State indigene said she became
worried after she started vomiting, adding that
she took a pregnancy test, which was positive.
She said when Adu heard the news, he reluctantly accepted responsibility, but allegedly
gave her a drug, Eprostol, to abort the
pregnancy. She said,
“I refused to take the drug because the prescription was not from a medical
doctor. He came down to my place to persuade me to take the drug, but I still
refused. He asked me what I wanted and I told him that I needed to change my
accommodation because the pregnancy
was a shameful thing for me. He told me
not to worry, that he would handle it.
After that, we had sex.
“When he left that day, I could not find
my phone again. By the time I got
another phone and called him, he started
acting funny. Sometime, he would just laugh at me.”
Punch learnt that several people had attempted
to mediate in the situation without any success.
Mosunmola said attempts by Adu’s HOD, dean,
and provost to mediate were rebuffed by the lecturer.

The victim said she later approached the
Human Rights Office of the Ogun State Ministry
of Justice at Ijebu-Ode, where a lawyer, one
Kolade, called the parties for a meeting.

Adu was reported to have agreed to pay N5,000
feeding allowance per month, in addition to
paying N7,000 for ante-natal registration. After
paying the allowance for two months, Adu reportedly stopped.
The parties reportedly held another meeting in
March at the human rights office to review the
agreement. Conflict was said to have broken
out among the parties when Mosunmola
presented a list of things required for her
delivery, which she valued at N50,000.
Adu was said to have insisted on paying
N30,000, which the 28-year-old refused.
“I didn’t have any accommodation and I
couldn’t buy any of the drugs the
doctors prescribed for me. I told him I
would only manage the N50,000. He left
in annoyance.
“Since March, the lawyer didn’t call us
back and Adu refused to pay the N5,000
he used to give me every month. I called
the lawyer late March and asked him to
help me get the N30,000, but the lawyer
said I should not call him again,” she said.

After reporting the lecturer to the Permanent
Secretary, Ogun State Ministry of Health, where
Adu also worked, without any result, Mosunmola
said she became desperate and went to the college on April 13 when she knew Adu would
be taking a class.
She said while pleading with him for money for her medical expenses, the lecturer assaulted
her. She said some people intervened and she
reported a case of assault to the police at the
Ilese division, Ijebu Ode.
“I am now in my 38 weeks and anytime
soon, I will have my child. I am an orphan and I don’t have any of my baby
items ready. I am begging Nigerians to
come to my rescue. I know I have made
a mistake, but I need a second chance
at life. I don’t have anywhere to go. It is a church that is accommodating me
now,” she said.

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