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Adu was said to have insisted on paying N30,000, which the 28-year-old refused. “Since March, the lawyer didn’t call us back and Adu refused to pay the N5,000 he used to give me every month.“I didn’t have any accommodation and I couldn’t buy any of the drugs the doctors prescribed for me. I called the lawyer late March and asked him to help me get the N30,000, but the lawyer said I should not call him again,” she said.The parties reportedly held another meeting in March at the human rights office to review the agreement.Conflict was said to have broken out among the parties when Mosunmola presented a list of things required for her delivery, which she valued at N50,000.She called me on the phone and came to see me in the office. When she made her request, I met her HOD who said I should assist her.
When our correspondent reached out to Adu to appeal to him to raise the N50,000 for the baby things, he said he had no money and would not borrow because Mosunmola had turned him to a “cash cow.” He said he had already informed his wife about the incident, adding that there was nothing that could surprise him again as he had lost his credibility over the incident.Mosunmola told our correspondent that she underwent a three-year course at the college, adding that several lecturers had asked her out before Adu, but she refused.She said, “Dr Adu is the Oral Health Coordinator for the college.She said, “I refused to take the drug because the prescription was not from a medical doctor.
He came down to my place to persuade me to take the drug, but I still refused. “When he left that day, I could not find my phone again.A lecturer at the Ogun State College of Health Technology, Ilese Ijebu, Dr Oluseyi Adu, and a Dental Nursing student, Mosunmola, are embroiled in a row over who is responsible for the pregnancy that the nursing student is carrying.