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Open Letter to Minister for justice Re George Nkencho

by bolaji Aug 2, 2021 News

Due to the tension in the country at the moment regarding Mr George nkencho, our group have made a decision not to protest like other counties however we have decided to issue a statement on behalf of the African community here in Laois to the minister for justice, equality & law reforms, as part of how we intend to honor George we will hold a candlelight vigil on Sunday 10/01/2021 and we have a book of condolences at the africa shop in town (jokinns superstores) in Portlaoise, please sign it and we will deliver it on behalf of our community, let’s continue to work together in the face of adversity. our prayers and thoughts are with the families involved in all this mayhem.

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