However, today India is considered one of future economic power in world and it has high advance education institutions included IT institutions that it's attracting lot of African students to study computer Science in India and also it's attracting African immigrants to buy cheap goods to send back to Africa.It means Africans are contributing for development of Indian economy too."The police treat us Africans like dogs," Davis says.
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Mrs Davis says her parents are tolerant Christians and they blessed them because they thought the marriage was God's wish.
But, she says, she has been excluded by many friends, relatives and society since her marriage.
Nigerian Sambo Davis is married to an Indian woman and lives in Mumbai.
All his documents are valid, but he was arrested by the police recently on suspicion of being a drug dealer.
He and 30 other black Africans were detained for hours before they were let off with an apology.
But the following day, Mr Davis said that he was shocked to read in local newspapers that they were "arrested for drug peddling".I was sure that this was going to change my life, but instead I soon learnt that the image of the country outside far surpassed the reality I faced once I was here," Ronsard adding he has been treated like a third class citizen from day one. I couldn't say or do anything because it was just a child, but inside I felt embarrassed and even angry.Is this how your children are being educated," asked Ronsard, who has political ambitions and is working toward a masters in PPE (Politics, Philosophy and Economy).They would come up with excuses like government regulations, said the 25-year-old Ugandan who is studying for a Masters in Public Relations and Event Management."My father is a diplomat and even with his help, it took me very long to get a place to stay."The brokers kept getting back to me saying that the landlords did not want to rent out to Africans.