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#EVENT Carleton University's Nigerian Students Association presents SUMMER BOUNCE 2015 "The Inter Association Tournament" #OTTAWA

It’s that time of the year and this time

CARLETON UNIVERSITY NIGERIAN STUDENTS ASSOCIATION
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presents::

******************* SUMMER BOUNCE 2015 *******************

This year, we are hosting a one of a kind “ 138 more words

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