• University Students in South Africa Open Their Breasts in Protest Over High Tuition Fees (Photos)

    University Students in South Africa Open Their Breasts in Protest Over High Tuition Fees (Photos)

    The police today clashed with half-n*ked university students protesting in South Africa over high cost of university education.

    Some protesters at South Africa’s Wits University went half-n*ked exposing their breasts in protest to high tuition fees on Tuesday. The students clashed violently with police over the incident with many wounded.

    According to reports, police fired stun grenades, rubber bullets and teargas at hundreds of students who marched through the university’s campus in Johannesburg, performing the “toyi-toyi” protest dance […]

  • Shocking! University Students Involved in Outrageous Wild S*x Exposed on Facebook (Photos)

    Shocking! University Students Involved in Outrageous Wild S*x Exposed on Facebook (Photos)

    A group of university students have been left in shame and ridicule after a Facebook group exposed their lewd photos.

    A Facebook page has revealed shocking s*x romp by university students engaging in wild s*x.

    According to the page, Village Party Central 2016 most of those pictured had no knowledge of the photos, which typically attracted a storm of sexually explicit comments.

    It was revealed that the page, which boasted more than 900 members and was run by other students, has been shut […]

  • VC urges FG to grant education loan to varsity students

    VC urges FG to grant education loan to varsity students

    Prof. Debo Adeyewa, The Vice Chancellor of the Redeemers University on Friday advised the Federal Government to grant education loan to university students to enable them tackle school fees problems in their various institutions.

    Adeyewa gave the advice while addressing State House correspondents after a visit to the Vice President Yemi Osinbajo by the university’s Governing Council.

    He said that already, his university, though private, had been subsidising education. “Education is expensive anywhere in the world. You need to accept that education […]