Popular actor Yul Edochie has revealed that sex in exchange for favour does not only exist in higher institutions but in Nollywood, Concise News reports.
This is coming after a UNILAG lecturer, Faculty of Arts and the head pastor of a Foursquare Gospel Church in Lagos, Dr. Boniface Igbeneghu, was indicted in a sexual scandal.
Igbeneghu was exposed in a documentary released on Monday by BBC Africa Eye’s targeted at lecturers in some West African universities harassing their students for sex in exchange for grades/marks.
The documentary has been generating outrages on social media, where many condemned the lecturer’s action while others alleged that female students also go as far as seducing their lecturers for marks.
Edochie in a tweet, said it is not only lecturers who request for sex from students, but such happens in the movie industry, where some thespians get intimate with producers to bag movie roles.
“No be only #sexforgrades ‘dey oo,’ there’s sex for roles in Nollywood, sex for promotion in offices. ‘E dey everywhere. I hope they’ll all be exposed,” he wrote on his twitter handle.