A Christian privately-run university in Nigeria has dismissed a female student who was captured in a recently leaked sex tape. The institution said she had violated its rule and regulations. Multiple portals reported on Wednesday that the decision of the Babcock university to dismiss the third-year accounting student was after the leaked video went viral on some social media platforms. The video shows the girl and a former colleague involved in the sexual act which the university insists was not carried out on campus. It is not known as yet who leaked the tape and for what reasons.
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A controversial video of the home affairs minister leaked online is leading for calls for Malusi Gigaba to step down. Gigaba apologized on Sunday for the sexually explicit video, saying his phone had been hacked and individuals had demanded huge sums of money from him before they leaked it online. Professor Andre Duvenhage of Northwest University told Anadolu Agency if that if such a scandal took place in a Western country, Gigaba would have stepped down at once. The person to resign and face other consequences is the one that distributed the video. World , Africa S.
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