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Kyambogo Students Leader Jennet Nasasira Speaks Out following Leaked Videos

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Jannet Nasasira is the latest victim to have her private video leak on the internet. The video showing her dancing naked is making rounds on social media where it leaked allegedly by herself.

A students’ leader at Kyambogo University, Nasasira has spoken out about the videos and photos that have gone viral.

In her statement, she says that she recorded a video of her dancing out of excitement in her room but is not aware of how and who could have leaked it.

According to a Ugandan blog Sabula Media, Nasasira has apologized to her friends and relatives who could have been let down by her video circulating.

“I am very sorry. I totally have no idea about how my video surfaced on social media. Yes, I recorded what I recorded because I was in my free time chilling. I think somebody is behind all this,” Nasasira Jennet said.

In the video, she’s seen dancing in a room as her roommate who is also half naked is sitting on the sofa seat waiting for her turn.

In another video, she’s seen lying on the bed massaging her water melons in a provocative manner as she watches a Kinyankore drama on her Television set.

Read also: Kyambogo University Students Leader Video breaks the Internet

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