Following the investigation revelation from the AfricaEye team, Dr Boniface allegedly attempted to take his own life after he was indicted and suspended from his job and the Church where he was a pastor pending when they get done with their own investigations.
The BBC AfricaEye team, headed by Kiki Mordi and some other female journalists went undercover to get the recordings done. The anonymous journalist simply referred to as “Kemi” had to pose as a 17-year-old seeking admission into the University of Lagos, and Dr Boniface tried seeking a sexual relationship with her in exchange for getting her admitted into the school. He also talked about a certain “cold room” where lecturers take female students to, to sexually abuse them in exchange for good grades.
When the news broke, it was speculated that the lecturer in question, Dr Boniface allegedly tried to take his own life.
Adesuwa Onyenokwe for TW magazine had an exclusive interview with the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Lagos to find out if the speculations were true or not.
The Vice-Chancellor could be heard saying that Dr Boniface was not admitted at any hospital because a team was sent to check the state of his health and he (Boniface) has been placed on suicidal watch.
The story that Dr Boniface committed suicide is not true.
From my exclusive interview, I can authoritatively say Unilag’s Dr Boniface is still very much alive.
I promised to check out the cold room and so I went to unilag and get more.
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