Upadate On Sex-For-Mark Scandal: OAU Suspends Professor Akindele. 

……Details Of The Alleged Telephone Conversations
The authorities of Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile Ife, may have suspended Professor Richard Akindele of the department of management accounting who was acused of demanding for sex from one of his female students of the institution.
It would be recalled that the management has set up last week a high powerful probe team to look into the alleged sex scandal levelled against him.
Reliable sources disclosed that the committee had submitted it’s report and reportedly recommended that the lecturer be suspended.
Though,  details of the report of the committee are yet to be divulge to newsmen, but it was gathered from a reliable source in the University that the lecturer was found culpable by the committee and thereafter recommended that he should be suspended.
The lecturer, Professor Richard Akindele was said to be allegedly demanding for sex five times from his female student for marks gratification.
The lecturer was alleged to had in a telephone conversation demanded for sex from the female student five times to pass her in his course.
It was further gathered that the report could not be made available to newsmen because the Vice Chancellor, Professor Eyitayo Ogunbodede was out of Ile Ife on official engagements.
Richard Akindele, a Professor at the faculty of Administration, Department of Accounting at Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU),  Ile-Ife, Osun State, was alleged to have demanded to have sex five times with his student before passing her.
A telephone conversation involving the student has gone viral on social media.
The female student, whose identity is still unknown, called the Professor to inquire about his earlier demand for sex to pass her in the lecturer’s course that she supposedly failed.
He told the student that she would repeat the exam in the next academic session since she had refused to “take the opportunity” he offered her to have sex with him.
“I gave you an opportunity and you missed it,” the Professor told the female student on phone. “Forget about it. You will do it next year.”
The student said she was calling to confirm whether he was serious about having sex with her.
He responded: “Me that agreed to do something. I know what I meant. If you don’t trust me forget about it. If I wouldn’t do it, why should I give you audience in the first place. If I am not interested in doing it, I won’t give you audience.
“The other person has come and I told her straight away because there is nothing I can do to bail that person out and her mark is even better than your own. The person scored 39 while your own is 33.”
The lecturer then asked her why she told him that she was on her period the day they met and he demanded sex.
“I was really seeing my period Professor Akindele,” the girl responded but the man told her to stop mentioning his name.
“And now nko?” he asked, to which she replied that the period had ended.
“Your boyfriend has done it yesterday?” he asked.
“Is it every time that someone will be doing with the boyfriend?,” she responded. “Is it every time you do it with your wife?”
“Yes,” he answered.
“It’s a lie,” the girl exclaimed. “Not possible.”
When the girl asked him about the plan for the arrangement for her to have the sex so that she could avoid repeating the course, he told her that they would have the first sex the next day and on four subsequent occasions.
“Is not five we agreed? Our agreement is five,” he said
“Is it B that you want to give me or C?” the girl asked. “Why would it be five times you will knack me?”
She then told him she would not have sex with him five times.
“Prof, you know what? Let me fail it. I can’t do it five times. For what nah? No worry. Thank you, sir,” she said, then ended the
Effort to get the reactions of the lecturer proved abortive.