- A Senegalese man is making headlines after impersonating his girlfriend in a desperate attempt to complete her final examinations and pass
- Apparently, the young lady had been anxious she might fail the exams herself and so employed the help of her more-than-willing partner
- Hilarious pics of him all decked out in a dress and headscarf have since surfaced on social media
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A Senegalese man is expected to appear in court after trying to bamboozle an entire school district. It seems the devoted boyfriend had let his partner persuade him to write her final high school examinations, fearing she might fail them herself.
Hilarious photos which surfaced on social media show him wearing a red dress with black patterns and a matching doek, an impressive attempt to deceive exam invigilators.
Khadim Mboup, the 22-year-old student from Gaston Berger University, seemingly took his task very seriously. One source reports that the young man even wore make-up, earrings and fake body padding to appear more convincing.
He managed to sneak in for three days before the moderator noticed something funny about him on the fourth day, Jacaranda FM reports. The teacher recognised something unusual about his attire.
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They then reported Mboup to the police, who arrested both him and his girlfriend. The pair were detained Monday and are facing charges of exam fraud, their lawyer told Africa News.
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Meanwhile, Yen.com.gh previously reported that Dasha Kelly, 32, has explained that she is not the mother of the three children featured in her appeal for funds to pay rent.
Kelly said she originally said that she was the mother of the kids because she considers herself to be like a mom to them.
According to a report by CNN, the children's real mother was identified as Shadia Hilo and their father David Allison. It also emerged that the kid's father, Allison, was also Kelly's boyfriend.
The cash donations from well-wishers came in through GoFundMe but the platform has said that it will hold on to the donations until the information was verified.
Both Hilo, the girl's mother, and Kelly told CNN that the girls would be returning to Hilo's home for the start of the school year.