Ghanaians have begged organizers of the popular Date Rush program to kick out one of the contestants of the newly rolled Season 6 edition.
Lovia during the first show of the new season spoke really bad English which many people believe was international purposely designed to make her trend and establish her as the poster girl of the show.
To this end, fans of Date Rush have besieged social media platforms to slam her and called for her immediate expulsion.
Besides, they think she’s very annoying and dragging the show with her antics.
In other news, days after a video surfaced on Instagram depicting two lovebirds having intercourse in their hostel while capitalizing on their lecturers’ strike, a similar video woven around the same loom, has surfaced.
In this new video captured from the same IG page of the same blogger who shared the first video, two students reportedly from Accra Polytechnic decided to quench their burning desire which sprouted on a hot afternoon.
The heavy thrusting mixed with the lady’s unrestrained moans attracted other students who stormed the place to capture the moment on camera, although they could not access the real action and those involved.
It seems the recent strike by UTAG came in handy for most of these students.
Recall that the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) recently directed its members to withdraw teaching and related activities with effect from Monday, 10th January 2022 until further notice.
According to UTAG, the strike action is in response to “the worsening Conditions of Service (CoS) of the University Teacher and the failure of the Employer in addressing the plight of UTAG members within the agreed timelines.”
The National Executive Committee (NEC) of UTAG, which directed the withdrawal of services per a communique it issued on Saturday, 8th January, following two emergency meetings, has consequently asked all UTAG members across its 15 branches to observe the directive.
UTAG has been signaling this course of action for some time now and had previously suspended similar strikes after the government intervened and committed to address concerns of poor service conditions and market premium (MP) due university teachers, particularly UTAG members.
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