A top lecturer in one of the leading Universities in Western Kenya has decided to go into hiding after finding out that one of the female students he was screwing leaked his nudes online.
The lecturer has gone into hiding to save face and his marriage.
He is said to have had affairs with dozens of his students at the university and neighbouring institutions.
The student who exposed the lecturer was furious after she found out he was a womaniser and married, yet he had always promised to marry her.
The sex crisis which has crept up on public and private universities is now posing a threat to young female students and the integrity of the examination results.
On the other hand some male lecturers are finding themselves victims of seductive female students who threaten or blackmail them to have sex with them in exchange for good grades or else they will expose them.
One in two female students in institutions of higher learning is sexually harassed, according to a study by Action Aid Kenya.
The ratio is one in four for male students.
The Action Aid survey covered 1,015 students from among others the University of Nairobi, Kenyatta, Pioneer, Multimedia, Zetech and Daystar universities.
Lecturers are the largest perpetrators at 66 per cent, followed by service staff at 24 per cent, and management at 23 per cent.
“Pressuring students to exchange sexual acts for favourable grades and rewards is rife throughout the region,” reads a statement released to the press.
The study was conducted between June and August 2019 both offline and online.
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Sexual harassment includes staff telling sexual or offensive jokes or stories (21 per cent), inappropriate comments from staff about student’s own or someone else’s body (26 per cent), and receiving unwanted sexual and/or offensive content from staff via phone and social media (11 per cent).
The others are unwanted physical contact and approaches (6 per cent), and persistent requests for dinner or drinks despite saying ‘No’ (16 per cent).
Globally, one in five women and one in 16 men at university level have been victims of sexual harassment.