Reports reaching Ika Weekly recently have confirmed the death of Mr. a lecturer at the College of Education, Agbor, Ika South Local Government Area. The Lecturer, who was reportedly infected with the much dreaded Human Immunodeficiency Virus, HIV/ADIS, was said to have died on Saturday, July 17, 2010.
It could be recalled that it was published about a year ago in Ika Weekly newspaper, that the lecturer who was described in some quarters as a randy Lecturer was alleged to have lured a female student of the College of Education, Agbor, to a hotel situated somewhere in Ishan, Edo State, where he was said to have drugged the girl through the drink that he bought for her. It was alleged further at that time, that the lecturer consequently had canal knowledge of the female student, after which he later brought the girl back to Agbor in his car.
It was reported that the College student, who was to go with the Lecture to the hotel with another female friend, did not know that the lecturer had an ulterior motive. It was also said that the student was even encouraged by her other female friend to go with the Lecturer on the said date, after the female friend had told her that she had other things to do back in Agbor. It was after their return from the trip that the female student who went with the Lecturer to the Ishan, got to know what had happened to her. It was gathered that the inglorious act was reported to the College authority, and that actions were consequently taken against the Lecturer, who was said to be a former Head of Department in the College.
When news of the death of lecturer began to filter into the ears of residents in Orogodo metropolis some received it with mixed feeling, while others received it with surprise. Some sources close to Ika Weekly said that the wife of the Lecturer who was a staff of a girls secondary school in the metropolis was said to have died of the dreaded disease some time ago.
The lecturer who was said to be looking very emaciated for some time now, it was gathered died of the dreaded virus. His remain have since been deposited in a mortuary.