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Georgina Onuoha lays curses on Nigerians and Africans who support Trump

Actress Georgina Onuoha has prayed for heavenly hosts to descend on Nigerians and Africans who show support to US President Donald Trump.

She made this known in reaction to a picture which shows two white police officers dragging a black man across the streets.

According to Georgina Onuoha, Trump’s reign has seen the resurfacing of racist groups.

She shared:

“This is not 1700 or 1800 or some Rosewood Hollywood movie, this is now in Texas a black man tied up with rope and dragged through the streets by two white policemen. If you as a human being let alone as a person of color is not disgusted by this, I don’t know what else will.

When I see useless Nigerians and Africans support the most hateful and despicable soul called Drump because they think the economy is great or talks tough. May the heavenly host descende upon and May the same inhumane act be done upon you and your generation unborn.

When I hear useless idiots especially people of color defend a man who has insulted the whole black race, and defame people of color and use words that are only used when referring to animals “infestation” may it never be well with you.

For those who call themselves Christians and still think Donald Drump is sent by their messiah, may you continue to wallow in your stupidity till the second coming of Christ. @realdonaldtrump has awaken the scariest and darkest times in America’s history. Given white supremacist and kkk a megaphone to spew hate. Endorsed white nationalist and constantly calling out black people and Mexicans. May heaven never be kind to this man and anyone that supports him.

This is 21 century and a black man is being tied up and dragged down the street with white cops on their horses? No you are not watching gladiators you are watching the humiliation of a human being in the most inhumane form”.

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Sowore arrest is taking Nigeria back to Abacha era – Gani Adams to Buhari

The Aare Onakakanfo of Yoruba land, Gani Adams has added his voice to the list of those who are appealing to President Buhari to release Omoyele Sowore who is currently detained by the Department for State Security, DSS.

Sowore was picked up last week ahead of a planned protest tagged Revolution Now which took place 5th of August.

Reacting to his arrest, Gani Adams cautioned the Federal Government over actions which appears military in manner.

He said:

“Not everybody can have access to the presidency in Abuja. This is democracy, not militarism, where people are cowed and jailed over issues relating to their welfare. Sowore is an activist, and he was part of the struggle for this democracy.

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