UNICAL Student Strip To His Undies As Fiance Rejects His Marriage Proposal (VIDEO)

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By Archibong Jeremiah

A student of the University of Calabar, UNICAL whose name wasn’t gotten stripped to his undies as his marriage proposal was rejected by his fiance.

The student could be seen in the video taking off his clothes while on his knees after his proposal was rejected.

The lady dressed in black (name not gotten) could be heard shouting “I’m not ready for marriage”.

The incident took place at the school gate of the institution (Etta-Agbor roundabout) where students and passersby witnessed the proposal gone wrong.

The video was uploaded to Hit 95.9fm Calabar Instagram handle.

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