Zimbos Approach Harare City To Compel Them To Rename A Road After George Floyd

Some Zimbabweans have approached Harare City Council and suggested that they rename Flame Lily a road in Westgate where the US Embassy lies to George Floyd road after he was killed by a police officer in the US last month.

Zimbabwe Citizens Forum represented by Taurai Gakanje Kandishaya and Broad Alliance Against Sanctions spoke to the publication and said:

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In memory of brother Floyd who was killed in a gruesome manner, we have decided to rename Flame Lily Way to George Floyd Street. It the road that passes through the American Embassy.

We need to keep reminding the Americans that they have innocent blood on their hands, that there is fresh blood on their hands, that they have the blood of a black person on their hands.

As a tribute to Floyd whom we believe his murder marks the end of all forms of oppression, discrimination and racism, his death has freed us.

Floyd’s death sparked widespread protests all over the world, some especially in the US lasting for over 1 week.

More: The Herald 

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2 comments on “Zimbos Approach Harare City To Compel Them To Rename A Road After George Floyd

  1. I agree let us hold him on a pedestal, just another criminal immortalized and praised. He was killed in a gruesome manner that cannot compare to the kind and considerate way people are murdered in Africa every day. Lets all en-devour to be the man he was and live for ourselves.

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