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46-year old African-American man "George Floyd" became the symbol rise against police violence against black people not just in the United States, but around the world.His death marked what many believe to the "start of a change" in the general behavior of police men in the world, especially when it comes to black people.
Have you thought about this? That Ghana's Macho Kaaka may well be Ghana's George Floyd? (May their soul rest in peace). A quick analysis of their deaths and critical developments, after their death, is a clear sign, about their seeming similarities.
Kadiatou Amadou is the mother of "Diallo Amadou" the unarmed black man that was killed in 1999 by Bronx police officers, he received 41 shots from four police officers who allegedly thought he was a serial rapist and had to put him down without proper arrest and investigation.
Some Ghanaians have vent their frustrations on the president for not issuing a statement to condemn the attack on innocent citizens in Ejura. This angry reactions from Ghanaians on Facebook comes when the president made a post on Facebook about Toyota and Suzuki assembly plant he commissioned yesterday while he has not made any official statement on the killings in Ejura.
Justice for Kaaka: Nana Aba Anamoah Boldly calls on the President to Seek for Justice, see what she wrote Nana Aba Anamoah adds her Voice to the fight for Justice for Kaaka and the three Ejura Killings You supported the campaign for justice for George Floyd, Kaaka and the trio in Ejura also matters.
A sudden global awareness emerged on May 25th,2020. It was facilitated by the gruesome murder of George Floyd, a 46 year-old Black-man, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States, on 25th May, 2020. His crime? Being arrested on suspicion of using a counterfeit $20 Dollar bill.
Often it takes the sacrifice of an individual for the larger society to come to a self-realization about their own fate and situation.And the moment the affected party/parities decide to shed off the lethargic and docile attitudes, none could stand in their way.Racism has been a perennial bug, reducing many minority groups globally, into the abyss of sub-humans for hundreds of years.
Every country places a high value on the lives of its citizens. Citizens who travel to other nations in most developed countries are traced with tracking devices so that they can be easily located if something goes wrong. The assassination of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officer Chauvin raised international awareness of how black people are treated in other countries.
George Perry Floyd Jr. was an African American man murdered by a police officer during an arrest after a store clerk suspected he may have used a counterfeit $20 bill in Minneapolis. Derek Chauvin, one of four police officers who arrived on the scene, knelt on Floyd's neck and back for 9 minutes and 29 seconds.
Netizens React To President Akuffo Addo's First Reaction To Ejura Murder By Security Forces, DETAILS
Many have been calling on the President to break his silence on the death of ordinary Ghanaians killed, citing the Presidents same action, when George Floyd, was killed in USA and through a viral Twitter post, called for justice. Well, fast forward to this afternoon, the President has finally broken his silence on the seeming "Ejura Unrest," that has since witnessed the death of two protestors, who were young people in the Ejura Sekyedumase who had declared their willingness to sacrifice their lives until they get justice for him, after the death of the 45-year-old Ibrahim Mohammed, aka Macho Kaaka.
The first gentleman of the land has seen tags and quoted replies being directed towards him from all directions and all corners these days. Normally, people do quote what he said some years ago and go ahead to tag him so he sees it. They ask him questions based on his own words and they think this is to alert him about he deviating from the words he used sometime ago.
As the world continues to combat the act of racism, the murderer of the famous black man called George Floyd has finally been jailed. Derek Chauvin who is a former Minneapolis police officer who murdered George Floyd has been sentenced to 22 years and six months, a decision which jas brought a lot of joy especially to a lot of Black people living in some of these European countries.
The ex Police officer, who was seen with his knee on George Floyd's neck which later led to his death finally passes on his condolences to the family of the lost one, George Floyd. This according to New York post, happened before moving to serve his jail terms offered by the court.
The former Minneapolis police officer was convicted on April 20 of second degree unintentional murder, second degree manslaughter and third degree murder in the death of George Floyd. Derek Chauvin, who was convicted of murder in the death of George Floyd, has filed a motion asking for new trial.
George Floyd is a black American who was killed by a violent policeman in the USA.Floyd was arrested because he was accused of buying a cigarette rate with a fake $20 note which was later proven not to be a fake note.Racism is one of the major problems facing black people in America.
Racism has being there for centuries; at that time, it was very serious.As the years went by, the system started to neutralize and racism almost became a thing of the past.It was very rare for a white American man to marry a black American woman but today it is very common.
On May 25, Minneapolis Police officers arrested George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, after a convenience store employee called 911 and told the police that Mr. Floyd had bought cigarettes with a counterfeit $20 bill.Seventeen minutes after the first squad car arrived at the scene, Mr. Floyd was unconscious and pinned beneath three police officers, showing no signs of life.
Oops Today marks the anniversary of the murder of George Floyd at the hands of an American police officer — a moment which has inspired real change for racial inequality right here in Suffolk. The Black Lives Matter protest drew hundreds of people to Ipswich's Christchurch Park - Credit: Ian Burt Photography
Derek Chauvin, the former police officer who killed George Floyd in Minneapolis , was sentenced this Friday the 25th of June 2021 to 22 and half years in prison. Peter Cahill (the judge on the case) said the sentence was not based on emotion or public opinions.