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Ireland: Knife-wielding African shot, black activists ‘demand justice’

Protests in Dublin continued during the weekend over the death of George Nkencho, who was shot dead by police, after he attacked officers with a knife. Even the Nigerian government condemned the shooting.

Published: January 3, 2021, 10:26 am

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    The Nigerian government called the death “ruthless and wicked” and demanded an independent public inquiry.

    The 27-year-old was killed on Wednesday outside his home near Clonee in West Dublin. There had been a report of a man wielding a knife in a nearby supermarket.

    A spokesperson for the Nigerians in the Diaspora Commission said: “The circumstances surrounding the murder of a young man with an intellectual disability angered the African community.” But the attacker’s sister and a friend gave a different view. His sister said her brother had supported the family. “I have no brother now, he was the eldest in the family. I have to take care of my mum now.” The friend said he had “mental health issues”, not a disability.

    Nkencho entered a supermarket in Hartstown and punched a manager in the face, injuring the victim’s nose. The manager had to be taken to hospital.

    When the police arrived, they had used pepper spray followed by the firing of two Taser guns. They had also verbally ordered the attacker to drop his knife several times before using force, one source told the Irish Times.

    Meanwhile, the African Advocacy Network Ireland called Mr Nkencho’s death an “execution”, reported Dublin Live.

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    • yarwellnofine

      BLM? Does that stand for Burn, Loot & Murder.

    • Grumpy Cat

      Why do blacks always condone criminality frim their own?

      • yarwellnofine

        Racism.

    • LuciusAnnaeusSeneca

      The remarkable thing about all this is that he continued as long he did, thanks to being in a more “tolerant” environment in Ireland. Back in Nigeria, his behavior would have gotten him social ostracism at the least, frequent beatings from an outraged public angry at his criminal behavior, and time in a Nigerian jail, that is, if the police let him live to see one.

    • sam spade

      In the very near future whites will no longer be tolerant. No government or group will stop whites from protecting their children their country their dignity. Peace through fear are the dictates to silence savage barbarism. If it is war than let it be war. The cry rasicm will be powerless in the hearts and minds of the people of Ireland as their patience runs out so will their enemy.

      • pcl

        Maybe, but I’m not holding my breath. The white race seems to have a death wish.

    • pcl

      What was wrong with Ireland that needed to be fixed by bringing in someone like this? Were people bored because there were not enough stabbings? I care more about the supermarket manager than about this thug.

    • Number 6

      Regardless of Continent, they reap the same results everywhere… Ireland better smarten up.

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