Mirabel Obi, a first-year student in the Department of Medical Laboratory Science of Nsukka University in Nigeria, claimed that her father lost his contract because of a twerking video that went viral on the Internet five days ago.
She also claimed that she has been receiving hate speech, harassment and anger from her family on the matter.
On Saturday, a video went viral on the Internet. In order to win N30,000 in the competition, Obi dressed in the front half of Akpabio Hostel, which caused a sensation on the Internet.
Two days later, the student rebutted on her Instagram page that she had been expelled for her behavior and added that the school authorities ransacked her property.
In a recent post in her Instagram story on Thursday, the student claimed that people had humiliated her for her actions and said her actions had brought shame to her family.
She said: “I think every day whether I have committed a major crime enough to make a lot of people express hate speech.
For example, how did my life come about? “So if it’s a sex tape, would people expect me to commit suicide? ? I find it very harmless dance.
Is it worth it? “Harassment, hate speech, everyone is too critical, my family is angry, everyone calls me a prostitute, the girls humiliate me, my father loses his contract, it brings shame to my family, etc.”
Very tired. Maybe you can rest as soon as I leave. (Sic) This is the day after the university’s public relations officer Okwun Omeaku stated in a statement on Wednesday that the institution will not “pardon our students for indecent behavior and other morally condemned behavior”.
Our degrees and certificates are only awarded to those who are valuable in character and learning.
” However, the press release stated that management has set up a team to investigate the circumstances surrounding the incident, adding that further actions will be made by the team. Report as a guide.
Thank you so much for reading this article, we really do appreciate. We hope you loved it, if you did, please share this page with your friends via the share buttons below. Sharing is caring.