'I've been victimised because I'm black person, I need help' - Nigerian student accuses University of Saskatchewan in Canada of racism (video)

A Nigerian student schooling at the University of Saskatchewan in Canada has cried out over her alleged racist experience.
The lady identified as Ife had taken to Twitter, to share her experience of 'racism and discrimination'. In a video she shared on the social media platform, Ife explained that she is a student at the University of Saskatchewan in Canada, where she claimed to be a victim of racism and discrimination.
I am a black graduate Student at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada and I am calling on the world. I have experienced racism and discrimination to a suicidal level. This has been the case for most black people in a certain department of the Institution. Please share & help! She wrote
According to Ife, black students are being banished and threatened with deportation on a daily basis just because of their skin colour.
Ife also called on Nigerians and the world to come to her aid as well as other black students in the school experiencing the same racist attacks.
Watch the video below...

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