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Namibian President Hage Geingob Condemns Anti-Black Racism In US

Namibian President Hage Geingob on Monday condemned racial discrimination against black people in the United States which has seen protest worldwide for the Black Lives Matter movement.

The racial protest was sparked by the killing of a black American man George Floyd in the hands of police brutality from a white policeman about two weeks ago.


The Namibian President said racism is a cancer that needs to be fought by all people in the world.

“We fought against racism in our liberation struggle and as a country we do not in any way support discrimination of people based on their skin color. We stand together with those oppressed,” he said.

Geingob said that he is happy that the condemnation of racism worldwide is being driven by all people regardless of color, a move that shows the world does not condone segregation.


Written by How Africa News

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