Moodley said that when she arrived in Cuba, she found that she had to share a ‘small’ room with 10 other girls. She also claimed that she had to share a toilet and bathroom with 60 other girls.
“When we used toilets we were not allowed to flush down toilet paper, to prevent sewerage blockages. We would throw the… paper in a bucket, which was collected once a day.”
Moodley also complained about the food, saying that they were forced to eat leftovers and had to use part of their R1600 stipend to buy better food.
These African students are in for it now! They forgot to blame the U.S. bloqueo!