The world is in a state of mourning when the unfortunate death of George Floyd was announced after he was brutalized by the Minneapolis Police which allegedly led to his death.
This has shifted the narrative and news about covid-19 since it emerged from Wuhan-China. The novel coronavirus which has been described as a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO) for killing more than 367,000 people worldwide.
George Floyd in the course of the attack pleaded with the police but to no avail “Please I can’t breathe. My stomach hurts. My neck hurts. Everything hurts. They’re going to kill me” he pleaded.
The autopsy report according to the police indicates that, George Floyd died of some underlying health conditions and that his death has nothing to do with the police brutality.
Some Americans have since taken to the street to demonstrate against the injustice killings of Black people which ended with a clash with the police after which some injuries were recorded.
Some Ghanaians have taken to social media to register their discontent with these barbaric killings by White American Police which have gone unconcerned by the appropriate authorities.
Former President Rawlings have also added his voice to the subject labelling it as ”Shameful and Unfortunate”.
The member of Parliament for Tamale North Constituency on the ticket of the NDC, has admonished Ghanaians to clean their house first.
As the saying goes, ”He who calls for equity must come with clean hands”. He opined that Ghanaians who think justice for Ahmed Suale and Major Mahama is a mere NDC/NPP politics should rethink and be good citizens.
”You’re here, in Ghana, fighting injustice in the USA meanwhile you consider a fight for Justice for Ahmed Suale, Major Mahama and Hon J B Danquah mere NDC/NPP politics you don’t want to be part of. What kinda of citizen are you?” he noted.