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Schools of beauty: Here are the five Nigerian Universities with the most beautiful girls

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The first University with the highest number of pretty girls, is;

 1. University of Lagos (UNILAG)

 It's the school of beauties. It often change ugly girls, into pretty queens.

The school is all over known as the 'Campus of beauty', where you will see 99.9% beautiful girls.

This University stick to international standards, coming top 10 best University in Nigeria on a yearly basis.

 2. Imo State University (IMSU)

 Report said there is no or very few Ugly girls in this University.

Like seriously, the ugly girls in this school, will win a beauty contest against the schools around them.

The school is located in I'm state.

 3. Yaba College of Technology (YABATECH)

 The beautiful girls in this school, are as much as to a extent where you can go to Yaba Left because of them.

The school is located in Lagos State.

 4. Lagos State University (LASU)

 It seems it's only beautiful girls across the nation that seek admission into this school. It's the 4th University with the highest number of pretty girls.

Anytime you meet a pretty girl in a cab, just tell her you are a student in LASU, she will exchange pleasantries with you, telling you her department in the campus.

 5. University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT)

 I bet that every beautiful girls you have ever wonder about 'how on Earth could a being be this way', must be attending or having a relation in UNIPORT.

Comment below, if you are attending, about to, or have attended one of these schools, so we can celebrate you.

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