Dr. Boniface Igbeneghu indicted by a recent BBC video documentary has began an online campaign claiming that he is innocent.
Dr. Boniface Igbeneghu
A lecturer at the University of Lagos, Boniface Igbeneghu who has been suspended after a BBC sex-for-grade documentary
caught him sexually harassing a potential candidate has continued to claim that he is innocent after taking to Facebook to describe the report as a “hoax”
and the “work of devil.”
The Associate Professor who was, until the video was released, a pastor with the Foursquare Gospel Church, also said he dissociates himself from the video.
According to Punch, in what appears to be a newly-opened Facebook page whose first post was made on October 7 after the BBC video had been released, the embattled teacher posted the photographs of him and his wife, telling her how much he loves her, and how it is impossible for the BBC video to separate them.
The suspended university teacher, who was a Sub-Dean, said he was set up by the BBC, and that he had opened a conversation with his lawyer.
On the first date of the Facebook page debut, Igbeneghu posted eight photographs, screenshots and memes.
He didn’t make new posts until October 10, when he added five posts, mainly to diss the BBC video.
He returned on Saturday to make two posts, mainly to thank those who have been calling and praying for him.
See some of the screenshots of his Facebook posts starting from Monday, October 7 till Saturday (today) morning: