Finance ministry to curb sexual corruption in learning institutions

The increased habit has led into enticements forcing teachers to give female students high grading marks for excellence contrary to their academic ability.

Finance ministry to curb sexual corruption in learning institutions

The increased habit has led into enticements forcing teachers to give female students high grading marks for excellence contrary to their academic ability.

12 January 2018 Friday 15:33
Finance ministry to curb sexual corruption in learning institutions

By Emmanuel Onyango

The Deputy Minister for Finance and Planning Dr Ashatu Kijaji has said that her ministry has begun to take legal measures against workers of the higher learning institutions who abuses their positions by soliciting sexual bribes from female students.

The increased habit has led into enticements forcing teachers to give female students high grading marks for excellence contrary to their academic ability.

Dr Kijaji said this in Arusha when speaking with the workers of the members of the Workers’ Council for the Arusha based school of accountancy.

Speaking on behalf of the workers, the deputy chairman of the workers’ council Juma Kaniki promised to ensure that the role model for workers is strictly adhered to.

Arusha district Commissioner, Gabriel Daqaro reminded members of the workers’ council to avoid being the cause of all troubles emanating at the institute.

Azania Post

Updated: 13.01.2018 13:07
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