Adamu Adamu (Minister of Education) has advised female students in the University against going to lecturers unnecessarily to avoid being sexually harassed.

Adamu also warned the female students to desist from harassing their lecturers.
This statement was made at the University of Port Harcourt during the unveiling of a policy document against sexual harassment in the institution.

 The Minister of Education, who was represented by the Assistant Director, Tertiary Department of the ministry, Mrs. Ijeoma Duru, made reference to the Sex For Grades documnetary done by BBC in some past few weeks.

Stating out the need for female students to study hard in order to make good results on their own and to be able to defend their certificates.
Also went on to caution students to avoid going to lecturers unnecessarily and to also stop harassing their lecturers sexually.
He commended the management of the university for being the first to unveil a policy document against sexual harassment.

Adding that the sexual harassment policy launched by UNIPORT should be adopted by other tertiary institutions.
The minister pointed out that the policy will go a long way in curbing the menace of sexual harassment in Nigerian higher institutions.

Reading out the statement from the Minister of Education, Mrs. Ijeoma Duru said:
The Federal Ministry of Education is embarrassed with the allegations of sexual harassment in Nigerian higher institutions.
Girls should read their books and be able to defend their certificates.
They should stop going to lecturers unnecessarily and should not harass their lecturers.
We are recommending University Of Port Harcourt Sexual Harassment Policy to other higher institutions in the country.