A polytechnic lecturer in Port Harcourt has landed in serious trouble over sexual harassment allegation levelled against him.
Following the development, the management of Elechi Amadi Polytechnic, Port Harcourt suspended the lecturer over the alleged s3xual harassment of a female student of the institution.
The lecturer identified as Tamunotonye Solomon has been handed a suspension for three months.
He was said to have exchanged words in the media with the 200-level student, Blessing Audu, over the sexual harassment allegation.
While Ms Audu claimed the lecturer accused her of stealing his N250,000 after she refused his marriage proposal, the lecturer said the allegation was a blackmail and that he arrested the student because she stole his money and some office property.
The school’s Registrar, Chris Woke who has now dissociated the school from the alleged conduct of its lecturer, said they’ve set up a committee to investigate the allegations against the lecturer.
The statement reads;
“The Management of Captain Elechi Amadi Polytechnic, Rumuola, Port Harcourt, is irked by the report in certain section of the media and disassociates itself completely from the alleged conduct of its staff, Mr Tamunotonye Zoe Solomon.
“The Management of Captain Elechi Amadi Polytechnic Rumuola Port Harcourt has, therefore, suspended Mr Tamunotonye Zoe Solomon for three months with effect from 10 January 2022, in connection with allegations of harassment and exploitation of a female student and other acts of misconduct prejudicial to the good name of the Polytechnic.
“The Committee has one month to submit its report to Management.”