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“Na so I just dey pass every course” – Student reveals benefit of having lecturer as her boyfriend

A Nigerian student has stated that she is seriously dating a professor at the university where she is enrolled in an undergraduate program.

The young woman claimed that her decision to become a lecturer’s partner greatly assisted her in maintaining her perfect academic record.

She did not clarify, however, whether she was referring to passing all of the classes he instructs or whether he assists her in speaking with other lecturers to receive a pass.

However, she was in a jubilant mood in a video posted on social media which she captioned;

“Having a lecturer as your boyfriend is the biggest flex ever, na so I just dey pass every course.”

Watch the video below,

In other news, Nigerian singer Paul Okoye’s girlfriend, Ivy Ifeoma, has finally broken her silence on rumours that she’s engaged to the singer.

The 22-year-old brand influencer and model recently caused a buzz online after she shared a video of herself flaunting a ring, which many assumed was an engagement ring.

In the video, Ivy, who made her relationship with the singer public a while back during their first dating anniversary, gracefully showed off the ring on her fourth finger.

Reacting to the clip, social media users concluded Paul had proposed to Ivy and trooped to the comment section to congratulate the pair. ICYMI, Watch video here.

Well, as congratulatory messages continue to pour in, Ivy has now taken to her Instagram stories to debunk the speculations that she and her lover, Paul, are engaged.

According to her, the ring she had on in the video, which many thought was an engagement ring, is merely for fashion.

“It’s a fashion ring”, She wrote.

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