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US Embassy Staff In Nigeria Take A Knee



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Nigerian staff of the American embassy in Abuja took the knee on Monday; June 8 to show support for the Black Lives Matter protesters.

Protesters are demanding justice for George Floyd and other black victims of police brutality in the US.

US Embassy staff in Nigeria take a knee to show support for the Black Lives Matter protesters

The embassy posted a photo of its staff going down on one knee and wrote: “Today at the Embassy, we joined together in 84 seconds of silence in solidarity with those at home and around the world protesting the murders of George Floyd & others. We sincerely hope that all of us will learn from this episode & use it as inspiration to create a better world.”

Recall that earlier in the month; the embassy had warned its citizens against visiting its consulate office at Walter Carrington Crescent in Victoria Island, Lagos, over a planned protest against the killing of George Floyd.
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