21 May 2018

Zambia: Female Students Counselled - Don't Be Teacher's Mattress

Mulungishi University Vice-Chancellor Hellicy Ng'ambi has advised incoming students to tell off teachers and lecturers seeking sexual favours to avoid ruining their future and that of the country.

Prof Ng'ambi said during Open Day on Friday that male lecturers and teachers would always want to trade good marks with sex, but it was important for girls to be firm and refuse to be used as sexual objects.

"May I speak to you the pupils who have been invited - our future leaders; don't derail your vision, don't allow anybody to compromise you, be resolved that you're going to do anything in your power to be that person that stands out in the value system."


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