The primary task of the President of every nation is to defend the constitution of that nation. The issue of sex and bribery in Nigerian campuses is not a task for school authorities, NUC, ASUU or any other academic body whatsoever. The crimes of rape and bribery are crimes against the constitution.
Ending (not fighting) Sexual Harassment and Bribery in Nigerian Colleges is a constitutional task for the President, the Executive, the Legislature and the Judiciary. Here, we charge the president to take on this responsibility as the foremost defender of the constitution in the land.
Dream Project for Africa has outlined four approaches that will bring an end to this national issue. The steps are contained in the letter.
Copy of the letter will be made available on our website “www.dreamprojectafrica.org” by 9.18.2015 and will be directly sent to Mr. Femi Adeshina, Special Adviser to the President (Media & Publicity); the Attorney General of the Federation;Mr. Solomon Arase, the Inspector General of Police; Mr. Ibrahim Lamorde, the Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commissions; and Mr. Lawal Musa Daura, Director of State Security Services.
We encourage the support of all Africans globally, especially Nigerians to support this project financially, with human resources and logistics.
– Nelson, Oluwabukola Michael,
CEO, Dream Project for Africa