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Babcock University student’s sex tape: What is your take?

By Guardian Exclusive
26 November 2019   |   8:37 am
A sex tape featuring two students was recently leaked and subsequently went viral, leading to the expulsion of the lady in the video by Babcock University.⁣ Not everyone is happy with the varsity’s decision though.⁣ ⁣What’s your take?⁣ ⁣Drop your comments below and don’t forget to watch the full video at our YouTube channel, Guardian Nigeria.⁣

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