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Dimma Umeh narrates how she was Harassed by a Nigerian Lecturer | Watch on BN TV

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Following the Sex-for-Marks Scandal involving an OAU lecturer, beauty and lifestyle vlogger Dimma Umeh in a new video recounts her own experience about how she was harassed by a Nigerian lecturer while she was in university.

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3 Comments

  1. Funmi

    April 14, 2018 at 12:33 am

    Thanks Dimma, we all suffer in the hands of those pedophiles call lecturer. May God punish all of them

  2. Temi Tope

    April 14, 2018 at 9:22 pm

    This is an important topic… and women are not reading it ….
    very sad..
    women rather browse fashion, music, sex and other gossips..

    THIS IS AN IMPORTANT TOPIC and Dimma thank you much.

    God bless you

  3. Aare farmland

    April 16, 2018 at 2:09 am

    I will go to an abstract route and write that they are symptoms of a society that value, accept and believe in the wrong things. I do not understand why people think wearing a reverend or pastor batch makes a Nigerian suddenly value or believe in doing the right things. The society is chaotic because we made it chaotic, is unreasonable because we made it unreasonable through actions and/or lack of of it. The truth is that doing something about the professors is the best way to go but our value system places fake image above truth, accepting wrongs as our reality because demanding the right way will lead to public shaming, embarrassment and what we Nigerians frankly rarely do personal sacrifice for a common good but that was what their founder of the ‘religion’ they ‘strongly’ believed in did. We all have a share in contributing to the predicament the country many deride.

    People may not respond because the video is long, I commented about the longetivity of articles but our dear BN’s truthful reality is that it is naturally a biased site that follows what ever hidden whims BN believes in, this is achieved through moderating comments.

    I was able to get some information about the first incident. The reality founded on sand. A grade demonstrates some sort of effort placed into the class not attendance of church. You tell someone you got an A means you achieved excellence because of your work and ability to interpret the studies. But the true reality that grade in that particular class is based on a biased mind and attendance of a church. But like Nigeria we have accepted the false reality and highly subjective reality as the objective truth and we move on. But when that reality starts cracking we are looking for what is wrong.

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