Nigeria Senate Proposes Jail for Tertiary Education Sex Offenders

A bill seeking to stop sexual abuse of female students in tertiary institutions has passed its second reading in the Senate. The bill proposes a maximum 14-year jail term, with a minimum of 5 years, without the option of a fine, for any educator who commits sexual offences in tertiary institutions.

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