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The study provides evidence for the need to implement appropriate interventions to prevent perpetrations of NCS among students of The Polytechnic Ibadan.
There is a dearth of research addressing perpetration of NCS among youth especially students of tertiary institutions in Nigeria.
This article therefore describes the extent to which male and female students of the Polytechnic Ibadan, Nigeria have perpetrated NCS and identified the factors associated with the perpetration.
The questionnaire had four components; demographic characteristics, context of first sexual experience, reported perpetration of NCS and victims of the perpetration.
The form of NCS that has the highest prevalence (lifetime) of perpetration was unwanted touch of breast or backside while the least were being drugged and charmed to have sex.
3%) significantly reported the perpetration than those who did not have such friends (8.
However, the only significant predicting factor for the perpetration NCS during the six months preceding the study was alcohol consumption (OR: 2.
Only one male consented to be interviewed for the perpetration of attempted rape and two males for perpetration of rape.
It will be beneficial if he is captured alive and if he tells on TV the story of four decades of perpetrations.
Senator Tahir Hussain Mashhadi of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) in his adjournment motion said that the incident has caused great outrage among the people of Pakistan and the perpetrations of the crime have done a great disservice to humanity, religion and morality.
Information about the perpetrations to cause internal commotion and commit terrorist attacks inside the nation has been received at a time when the U.
Yet Picasso and Goya, through their art, left a kind of fragmentary testament--not of "man's inhumanity to man," as the banal humanist credo would have it, but of specific perpetrations of what we now call "war crimes," their effects on victims, and, above all, their implications for bystanders.