Unical Female Law Students Protest Sexual Harassment

WATCH VIDEO: We Are Tired of Sucking Dicks, Unical Female Law Students Protest Sexual Harassment

Calabar-We Are Tired of Sucking Dicks, Unical Female Law Students Protest Sexual Harassment. In a powerful and determined demonstration, students from the Law Faculty of the University of Calabar took to the streets on Monday, August 14, 2023, to protest against the alarming surge in allegations of sexual demands by certain lecturers in exchange for favorable grades. The protest, organized by the Law Students Association of Nigeria (LAWSAN) chapter at the university, underscored the students’ unwavering commitment to upholding the integrity and dignity of education.

 

VOTP News was on the scene to cover this pivotal event, capturing the voices of the protesting students as they expressed their collective outrage. The students marched through the campus grounds carrying placards bearing powerful messages. One placard read, “Professor Ndifon, Let the Girls with Big Breasts Breathe,” addressing the body shaming and objectification that some students allegedly faced. Another placard accused, “Manipulation of Law School List,” suggesting potential tampering with academic records to favor certain students.

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Chants echoed through the air, demanding accountability and justice. “Prof. Ndifon Must Go for Our Sanity,” read one placard, while another highlighted, “Law Girls Are Not Bonanzas! Prof. Ndifon, Stop Grabbing Us!” These messages underlined the students’ frustration with the alleged culture of exploitation and the demand for immediate action.

The students expressed their distress over the degrading nature of the alleged incidents and the subsequent impact on their sense of self-worth and dignity. They stressed that such behavior not only violated their rights but also undermined the very essence of education and professionalism. In unison, they called for the implicated lecturers to face repercussions for their alleged actions.

As the protest gained momentum, the students issued a clear demand: they called on the university administration to initiate thorough investigations into the accusations and ensure that justice is served. The students’ collective stance indicated a strong resolve to hold both the alleged perpetrators and the university accountable for maintaining a safe and respectful learning environment.

 We Are Tired of Sucking Dicks, Unical Female Law Students Protest Sexual Harassment

 

 

 

VOTP News Commitment

VOTP News remains committed to providing comprehensive coverage of this evolving story. We will diligently follow the developments, from the university’s response to potential actions taken against those accused. The bravery and unity displayed by the students in the face of adversity underscore the importance of safeguarding education from any form of exploitation.

 

Stay tuned to VOTP News as we continue to keep you informed on this vital issue that touches on the heart of academic integrity and student welfare.

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