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Seun Kuti. Source: Instagram.

Nigerian singer, Seun Kuti has called out the Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu and the leadership of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) over their silence on sex for grades saga.

Concise News reports that this follows a documentary by the BBC at the University of Lagos (UNILAG) where a lecturer Boniface Igbeneghu was caught on camera allegedly demanding for sex for grades.

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In the 13-minute secret filming, the lecturer with the Faculty of Arts revealed how his colleagues sleep with female students for sex.

While the ASUU and Ministry of education are yet to speak on the issue, Seun who is the son of legendary singer and activist Fela Kuti took to his Twitter page to tell them to speak up.

He tweeted “ASUU leaders mke una no pretend like say una no hear all dis noise about una members accuse of sex for grades in our unis, if na una money struggle now, una go expect both activists and students to rise and fight for una, now d students need una to rise and fight for dem too”

“We still dey wait for ASUU response about dis sex for grade and admission wahala for all our university”

“oga Adamu Adamu Minister of Education we still dey wait yur response about dis sex for grade and admission, no try behave like say u no hear, dis wahala concern u as d minister.”

Kuti further said “ASUU must expose all der members involve in dis sex 4 grades & admission”