John Boyega has reacted to the racist lynching of an African African man George Floyd by white policemen in a viral clip that recently hit social media. From the clip, Floyd can be heard saying he can’t breathe as he was pinned to the ground, the knee of the policeman constricting his airflow. John Boyega paid his tribute to the Floyd’s death with the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter, which has suddenly gotten rejuvenated in the last 48 hours on Twitter, then he tweeted again that he hates racists which sparked a blizzard of comments.
Soon after that, he went on Instagram and called out America’s racism, including the white fans of the huge, enduring sci-fi franchise Star Wars. John Boyega isn’t just solely reacting to the death of Floyd – his pain is also from coming from working in Hollywood as a black actor. In 2015, John Boyega faced ugly, nasty racism from a pocket of Star Wars purists because he cast as a black male lead in The Force Awakens, and he’s using his platform to vociferously speak on racial inequalities and demanding that black people are treated with dignity and respect.
NCDC confirms 338 new cases of coronavirus
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NFF confirms Gernot Rohr’s extension as coach
The Nigeria Football Federation has finally confirmed they have extended the contract of Gernot Rohr as the coach of Super Eagles, putting Harry Redknapp’s rumors to sleep.
The NFF president, Amaju Pinnick announced on Wednesday via Twitter that both parties have finalised contractual negotiations resulting in the German tactician remaining with the Super Eagles.
87 more coronavirus patients discharged in Lagos
87 more COVID-19 patients have been discharged from the Lagos state Isolation centers. The state Ministry of Health disclosed this via its official Twitter page. It said of the 87 patients, 40 of them were females while 47 of them were males and they are all Nigerians.
Akinwunmi Adesina, President of AfDB, denies allegations of wrongdoing
Akinwunmi Adesina, the President of the African Development Bank (AfDB), has denied all the allegations of wrongdoing leveled against him by some staff of the bank
In January, some staff of the AFDB had accused Adesina of 20 breaches of the bank’s code of conduct, including “unethical conduct, private gain, an impediment to efficiency, preferential treatment, and involvement in political activities.”
When Bernard Dayo isn’t writing about pop culture, he’s watching horror movies and reading comics and trying to pretend his addiction to Netflix isn’t a serious condition.