‘Your police ‘stick’ can’t do anything to my body. My mother has been beating me with Bankuta’ – Ghanaian tells a US police officer during protest for late George Floyd

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A Ghanaian warned a US police officer who was holding their stick (bat) meant to be used on anyone who messes up.

During a protest for justice for the late George Floyd in some parts of the US, a Ghanaian boldly told an officer holding the police bat that it is too little for him to feel any pain if used on him.

He said that as a kid back then, he had received several beatings from his mom who made use of ‘bankuta’ known in the English language as a ‘wooden spatula’.

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The Ghanaian said he has developed a thick skin to that effect and isn’t scared to protest for justice to prevail in George’s case.

Protests have erupted in at least 30 US cities over the death of unarmed black man George Floyd at the hands of a police officer in Minneapolis, Minnesota, who knelt on around his neck.

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One of the officers has been charged with 3rd-degree murder, protestors believe isn’t harsh enough.

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