- A Nigerian student schooling in Canada has cried out over racist experience
- The student revealed that she has been a victim of racism and discrimination
- Ife also revealed that many of the black students in her school have also been victims
Legit.ng has come across the sad story of a Nigerian graduate schooling in Canada. The lady identified as Ife had taken to popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to share her experience of racism and discrimination.
The young lady explained that she is a student at the University of Saskatchewan in Canada, where she claimed to be a victim of racism and discrimination.
Ife called on Nigerians and the world to come to her aid. She also explained that many of the black students in the school also experience the same racist attacks.
According to the chemistry student, some people in the school who discriminate against them are working together. She also claimed that they all work on covering their tracks.
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Nigerians had replied to her tweet, sharing options on how she can solve the problem. They also showed support to her, praying that God continue to keep her safe and protect her from any threat.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that a Nigerian man had accused University of Nigeria, Nsukka of bribery. The man claimed that the university normally collects N800k bribery for acceptance to study medicine in the school.
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