Rare video of Legon students kissing passionately in bedroom style on campus pops up
- A video has surfaced of two students passionately kissing
- The lovers have been reported to be students at the University of Ghana
- The video of the two students passionately kissing on the balcony of a hall on campus has gained online traction
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A recent video that has emerged of students at Ghana’s premiere university indicates that the University of Ghana isn’t just a school of scholars but also lovebirds.
After all, "all work and no play, makes Ama and Kofi dull students".
On December 31, 2019, while the majority of Ghanaians were getting set to usher in the new year, 2020, two students of the university were videoed locking lips on the balcony of a hall.
In the video seen by YEN.com.gh, the students, a male and female, were filmed kissing and hugging passionately.
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The video has popped up online and has since been making rounds on social media.
The identities of the students are not known yet but they were seen lip-locked, while the male pressed the lady's backside.
Despite the buzz around the video, students of the University of Ghana are known to express themselves publicly and also show affection for each other as adults.
Watch video below:
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