Nigerian mum cries out over racist treatment of her son in Germany

Nigerian mum cries out over racist treatment of her son in Germany

- A German based Nigerian lady has taken to social media to cry for help

-According to her post, her little son is being discriminated against due to the fact that he is African

- The boy is reportedly the only African in his school

The issue of racism experienced by non-citizens in most western countries has been a long debated topic across the world. From people getting denied certain privileges to even loosing their lives to supremacists due to the colour of their skin, it appears the rot has eaten deep in the hearts of these prejudiced people.

A Nigerian lady identified as Abiemwense Audrey Osa recently took to the social media platform to narrate the heartbreaking experience of her young son. According to her, the little boy who is the only African in the school is been treated badly by the teachers all because he is African. She further stated that a certain teacher in the German school instructed the other pupils not to talk to him after showing them a video of how Africans suffer.

She wrote on her Instagram: "Pls help me, this is not the first time..I can’t keep calm anymore pls people should come to my son’s school, the racism here at Linden Grundschule in Staaken,Berlin, Germany is high..My son doesn’t want to go to school again, teacher told pupils not to talk to my son after playing the video showing them where Africans are suffering bcos my son is the only black in the class...nobody wants to play with my son even my son’s bestie..the Mrs Schulz of primary 5 is wicked "

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Several people reacted to her post advising her to remove him from the school in order to prevent the little boy from falling into depression. Some even advised her to bring him back home.

This is one among many other bitter experiences of Africans in diaspora who face discrimination on a daily basis due to their skin colour.

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