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Major Sex Scandals That Rocked Nigeria by dre11(m): 7:41am On Jan 09
Following recent controversies over alleged sexual misconduct, Daily Trust on Saturday looks at some of the most prominent cases, with public officials smack at the centre, in the last decade.



FCMB boss, Mr Adam Nuhu and the paternity case

This unfolding sex scandal involves the Managing Director of First City Monument Bank, Mr Adam Nuhu and a former employee of the bank, Mrs Moyo Thomas.

Based on multiple reports, Nuhu was accused of fathering two children with the married Mrs Thomas. This came to light after friends of the employee’s husband launched a change.org petition asking the Central Bank of Nigeria to remove Mr Nuhu for causing the death of their friend. The petition which currently has about 3, 000 signatures alleges that Mr Thomas was betrayed by his wife, which led to his death. The petition also asked that the FCMB boss be relieved of his responsibilities at the bank and investigated.

The bank recently released a statement saying Mr Nuhu has proceeded on leave to allow an investigation by the bank’s Board of Directors on the allegations to proceed unhindered.

However, in a twist on Friday, Daily Trust on Saturday received a press statement signed by Mrs Thomas in which she said Tunde Thomas is the father of her children and that on no occasion did she tell him it was not so.

Ogun State commissioner, Abiodun Abudu-Balogun attempted paedophilia

Like that of the FCMB boss, this is an unfolding case where a 16-year-old secondary schoolgirl alleged in a video on Facebook that Abiodun Abudu-Balogun, the Commissioner of Environment in Ogun State tried to rape her.

She said, Abudu-Balogun, who was a member of the House of Representatives, connived with her uncle and a teacher on December 31, 2020 to lure her to the commissioner’s residence at Ita Otu, Ogun Waterside LG, on the pretence that he would assist her secure a job as a computer operator.

The girl narrated how Abudu-Balogun touched her breasts and tried to force himself on her when she refused to succumb. When she screamed, he forced N2,000 into her hands and asked Mr Austin, a teacher, to take her home.

The commissioner, in a signed statement, described the allegation as “political blackmail” by those he called his “adversaries.”

“Let me state emphatically that I never attempted to sexually harass anyone,” he said.

But a statement signed by the Secretary to the State Government, Tokunbo Talabi, on Sunday, announced the commissioner’s suspension from office “pending the conclusion of an independent investigation into the allegation of sexual harassment.”

Although in two separate videos, the schoolgirl and her father, Melojuekun Monsuru, said they were no longer interested in pursuing the case, the Ogun State Police Command insisted on going ahead with the investigation, describing it as an offence against the state.

Sanusi Lamido Sanusi as CBN boss alleged bank romp

One major scandal that rocked the nation is perhaps that of then CBN governor, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi. In a June 2, 2013 report, Premium Times reported on how as CBN governor, Sanusi, who is married with children, rendezvoused with one Mrs Maryam Yaro, a married mother of two and an assistant director in the bank in a hotel before a board meeting. They were also reported to have done same in Lagos.

The report said, “in the evening of Wednesday February 27, Mrs Yaro flew to Lagos ahead of Mr Sanusi and checked into a hotel in the city, skipping work, at taxpayers’ expense, on Thursday February 28 and Friday, March 1.

“To keep faith with Mrs Yaro’s date, the CBN governor arrived Lagos, travelling on a chartered flight, on the night of February 28, and checked into the Federal Palace Hotel, passage and boarding all at taxpayers’ expense.”

When contacted, Sanusi said he has a personal policy of not responding to such allegations. Also, Mrs Yaro declined making a comment.

Bukar Abba Ibrahim, former Yobe State governor’ dingy hotel room escapade

In 2017 a senator and former governor of Yobe State, Bukar Abba Ibrahim, was shown in a viral video published by Sahara Reporters dressing up in the presence of two women in a dingy hotel room.

Ibrahim however told Premium Times that he had not committed any official wrongdoing and the video was only made public after attempts to blackmail him failed.

“This is a personal, private matter. What does my having been with a girl have to do with the public?

“You know the normal thing: people ask for unreasonable things, and if you deny them, they try to blackmail you if they have a way,” he said.

The senator further said he owed no one an explanation since he was not accused of any crime.

Three Reps’ members misadventure in the US

In 2016, the United States Ambassador to Nigeria, James Entwistle, petitioned the then House Speaker, Yakubu Dogara, that three of its lawmakers were involved in sexual harassment during a trip to the US.

He accused Mark Gbillah (APC-Benue) and Samuel Ikon (PDP-Akwa Ibom) of seeking help from car park assistants to arrange for them the services of prostitutes. Entwistle also said Mohammed Gololo (APC-Bauchi) sexually harassed a hotel house keeper in his Cleveland hotel room.

The honourable members, however, denied the allegations and were later cleared after an investigation by the House of Representatives Ethics and Privileges Committee.

Martins Adedeji Oni’s misdeed at Nigerian Embassy in Germany

A security officer in the Nigerian Embassy in Berlin, Germany, Mr Martins Adedeji Oni, was in November 2020 sacked after being found guilty of sexual abuse and other criminal activities after a probe committee’s investigation.

The Embassy, which made the announcement in a series of tweets on its official handle, said Oni’s sack is coming one month after a viral video on social media showed him in a hotel room, half-naked, arguing with an unknown person who accused him of demanding sex from females who applied for passport renewals.

The Nigerian Ambassador to Germany, Yusuf Tuggar, in a reaction to the viral video said that the embassy has “zero-tolerance policy towards abuse of office and especially of sexual misconduct.”

Mr Oni was suspended from duty on 17 November, 2020 after reports emerged that he received sexual favours in return for help with passport renewals.

Sex for grades: Mr Boniface, Lagos lecturer

A major highlight of 2019 when it comes to the subject of sexual harassment is the BBC Africa Eye documentary, Sex for Grades, by Kiki Mordi which, beamed its searchlight on Igbeneghu Boniface, from the University of Lagos, among others.

In the documentary, the undercover reporters targeted lecturers named by unidentified informants as known serial harassers in West African universities.

A journalist posed as a 17-year-old seeking admission to Igbeneghu Boniface’s department at the University of Lagos. Igbeneghu, a lecturer and a local pastor, asked her about her sexual history, and described a university club in which lecturers kiss girls. He repeatedly asked the reporter for kisses. In one conversation, during one of several such meetings, the reporter suggested to the lecturer that girls who engage in relationships with professors receive unfair treatment.

“Of course, now, that is the benefit. He will pass her very well now,” and adds, “It’s not free for the girl now. Is she not paying for it… with her body?”

Igbeneghu alleged that the BBC “set (him) up” and repeatedly referred to the documentary as a “hoax” on his personal Facebook page.

University of Lagos issued a statement announcing the suspension of Igbeneghu and his church asked him to step down.

Godswil Akpabio, Minister of Niger Delta

The allegation of sexual harassment by Ms Gbene Joi Nunieh, against the Minister of Niger Delta, Godswill Akpabio, was one of several issues in their 2020 clash.

In an interview with Daily Trust, the former Acting Managing Director, Interim Management Committee of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC)accused the minister of corruption, sexual and workplace harassment among others.

But Akpabio, in a statement by Anietie Ekong, his media aide, described the allegations as “litany of lies.” It further said that Ms. Nunieh’s attacks were both personal and sponsored.

Godiya Akwashiki, Nasarawa senator-elect beating in a hotel

A nude video alleged to be of then Nasarawa Deputy Speaker and Senator-elect, Godiya Akwashiki, went viral in March 2019.

The images showed the lawmaker being molested in a 16-second clip in which he was stripped naked. Another showed him seated naked in a car, with only a ripped vest on.

He was hit several times by two people, while he repeatedly said, “Sorry.”

The Deputy Speaker, who represents Akwanga in the Nasarawa State House of Assembly (NSHA) won elections to represent Nasarawa North in the Senate at the February 23 National Assembly election. It was alleged that he was arrested with a married woman, wife of his political godfather, in a hotel in Maitama, Abuja, but the woman was not shown in the video or in the still picture.

A source said the Nasarawa State government convened an emergency meeting over the video that went viral.

When contacted at the time, the mobile number of the lawmaker Akwashiki was switched off, but it was reported that his house was filled with sympathizers when he returned to Nasarawa from Abuja.

The FCT police spokesman, DSP Anjuguri Manzah, said the matter was being investigated but there has not been an update since.

https://dailytrust.com/major-sex-scandals-that-rocked-nigeria

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Re: Major Sex Scandals That Rocked Nigeria by Zanotty(m): 7:57am On Jan 09
Just blowing money on stupid things.e be things for this country walai

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Re: Major Sex Scandals That Rocked Nigeria by debbydams: 8:16am On Jan 09
It Is well

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Re: Major Sex Scandals That Rocked Nigeria by Racoon(m): 8:33am On Jan 09
Wahala be like bicycle.Shameless scandals.
Re: Major Sex Scandals That Rocked Nigeria by ShackWes(f): 8:38am On Jan 09
E be things


vagina destroying Men since 19AD


any man who can abstain from his sexual urge has solved almost all his problems

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Re: Major Sex Scandals That Rocked Nigeria by Obagreatdatoye(m): 8:38am On Jan 09
Na their life..even the poster is guilty of this...check my signature...I do graphic designs.. Thanks

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Re: Major Sex Scandals That Rocked Nigeria by JosEast(m): 8:41am On Jan 09
hmm
Re: Major Sex Scandals That Rocked Nigeria by MANNABBQGRILLS: 8:50am On Jan 09
Just look at Scandals everywhere! shocked
But, why great and powerful men keep destroying their marriages, careers, lives,etc.by sleeping with the maid, babysitter, nanny, secretary, etc….?

Why do men work so hard for 20, 30 or 40 years to build their career, and for a few minutes of pleasure give it all away?

You ruin  your career for something you have at home, which is much better and you don’t have to be afraid. Sometimes you’re so afraid you last only a few minutes. Shame on you men!

You lost respect,
your wife,
sometimes your children, job and so on.
It has always been so with great men in power so Says our Holy Bible (Job-32 vs 9).

Some Great men are not always wise.
Most of them are not wise only educated. They only think with their baby ‘wewie’ not their brain.
Take a look at some pastors, priest, politicians, CEO of big companies, etc who, as we are typing this,
are ruining their lives and their career right this moment for a  little sex and lust.

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Re: Major Sex Scandals That Rocked Nigeria by BlessedNuel(m): 8:51am On Jan 09
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Re: Major Sex Scandals That Rocked Nigeria by espn(m): 8:53am On Jan 09
Nothing major...

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Re: Major Sex Scandals That Rocked Nigeria by Deicide: 8:53am On Jan 09
So how does this news help me?
Re: Major Sex Scandals That Rocked Nigeria by Welrez(m): 8:53am On Jan 09
A man who has sexual discipline has solved 70% of his wahala.

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Re: Major Sex Scandals That Rocked Nigeria by computerglobal(m): 8:53am On Jan 09
cool cool
Re: Major Sex Scandals That Rocked Nigeria by kalvoken(m): 8:53am On Jan 09
You forgot Buhari that has been fucking Nigerians for years now

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Re: Major Sex Scandals That Rocked Nigeria by Madibahisback: 8:53am On Jan 09
kalvoken:
You forgot Buhari that has been fucking Nigerians for years now

Front and back ,left and right, doggy style, monkey style , missionary style, dragon style, buhari dey nack nigerians like Johny sins cheesy cheesy

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Re: Major Sex Scandals That Rocked Nigeria by ClassicCaleb: 8:53am On Jan 09
Akpabio own shouldn't be there,we all know it was political defamation

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Re: Major Sex Scandals That Rocked Nigeria by chris259(m): 8:55am On Jan 09
niletalo:
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J for job
Re: Major Sex Scandals That Rocked Nigeria by Sodiquinone: 8:55am On Jan 09
Apostle suleman and otobo,fatoyinbo and bisola,

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Re: Major Sex Scandals That Rocked Nigeria by damiloladuke: 8:56am On Jan 09
lol
Re: Major Sex Scandals That Rocked Nigeria by Tonymegabush1(m): 8:56am On Jan 09
All man get him own problem but Neva make kpekus your own problem in life....

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Re: Major Sex Scandals That Rocked Nigeria by chris259(m): 8:56am On Jan 09
Sofistcatdmoron:
grin
Check it afonja top the list,
Due to sex starvation and the also love rape
Always resist the urge to display foolishness this 2021, i know its gonna be hard since foolishness is crested on your DNA but just try..

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Re: Major Sex Scandals That Rocked Nigeria by GreatTouch732: 8:57am On Jan 09
It is well
Re: Major Sex Scandals That Rocked Nigeria by INTEGRITYA1(m): 8:57am On Jan 09
Hello
Re: Major Sex Scandals That Rocked Nigeria by INTEGRITYA1(m): 8:58am On Jan 09
dre11:


https://dailytrust.com/major-sex-scandals-that-rocked-nigeria

Op should try and get the fact right, the second picture on the list was a mistake by the media outlet who carried the information.

They mistakenly used the picture of Ogun State Commissioner for housing instead of the real picture of the accused commissioner.

The media house have since apologized for such reckless act because the commissioner who's picture was used have raised alarm to that effect and promised to sue for damages if corrections were not made within stipulated time.

That second picture is Ogun State Commissioner for Housing and not the accused Commissioner or portfolio.

Abiodun Abudu Balogun: was the accused commissioner

Omoniyi Jagunmolu picture was used instead.

Re: Major Sex Scandals That Rocked Nigeria by slachtoffers: 8:59am On Jan 09
All these cases were swept under the carpet. grin

This government is the more you look the less you see.
Re: Major Sex Scandals That Rocked Nigeria by sisisioge: 9:00am On Jan 09
grin grin grin grin grin

Dem indiscretion lot grin

I especially love the ousting of the Lecturer cum pastor....he had no fear before man and God.

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Re: Major Sex Scandals That Rocked Nigeria by GhostWisperer: 9:01am On Jan 09
Fatoyibo KOZA didn't make the list?

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Re: Major Sex Scandals That Rocked Nigeria by slachtoffers: 9:01am On Jan 09
GhostWisperer:
Fatoyibo KOZA didn't make the list?

They have to shield their MOG. cheesy

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