The London-based Nigerian disc jockey, Florence Otedola, also known as DJ Cuppy has admitted that she would not be partying again as his school new term will soon be up and running.Information Guide Nigeria
Recalled that Cuppy started her second Master’s program at Oxford University last year, She has now disclosed her readiness to continue with the journey she started months back.
Sharing pictures of herself, she wrote, “When you realise you have a new term at Oxford University soon and haven’t started your essays.”
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In a shared video, she wrote: lpo,“A few days to get ready for the essays. Not gonna lie, No more partying for me because I have to get back into the epistemology of studying African studies at Oxford University.”JAMB Result
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