Nedum Onuoha former Manchester City defender who is currently playing for Utah-based Real Salt Lake, Nedum Onuoha has revealed that he’s feels unsafe with the United State police after a white officer Derek Chauvin, brutally killed a black man, George Floyd.
Onuoha has backed the widespread of Black Lives Matter protests across America as unarmed black man, died in Minneapolis on May 25 after a white police officer, Derek Chauvin, knelt on his neck for several minutes as he has been charged with his murder.
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Speaking following after the death of George, the Nigeria-born former England Under-21 international said: “If police read me wrong, they could take my life. I never go out and feel 100 percent safe.
“I’m always very wary of how I behave and how it could be viewed by people who have power, Onuoha told the BBC.
“For me personally, overall I don’t like to say it, but I have a fear and distrust towards police.”
“I have loved living in this country but there is [another] side of it.
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