The Oxford University student made this admission on her Instagram story on Sunday while detailing how difficult it is to combine school and presenting.
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She wrote, “Being a full-time student at Oxford University and part-time radio presenter at the BBC is not easy. I hate to glamorise my life. I really work hard. There’s no other way to put it.”JAMB Result
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