EXCLUSIVE: African students say they were ‘misled’ by B.C. college owner who regulators say collected roughly $560K…

The owner of a private college once run from the second storey of a Surrey, B.C., strip mall is facing new accusations she did not return thousands of dollars taken from West African students she tried to lure to Canada, a Global News investigation has uncovered.

The school’s owner, Sunanda Kikla, also took roughly $560,000 from students who came to Canada without providing them an education in return, B.C.’s government said.

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The allegations involve students from Sierra Leone, Liberia, Gambia and Cameroon, who say they were attracted to the school by promises of “guaranteed jobs,” rich scholarships and the chance to earn a “high-quality” Canadian education.

But now the students say…

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