‘I’m going back to my country’ – Nigerian actress Angela Okorie cries following the death of George Floyd

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George Floyd in the United States at the hands of a white cop which has sparked outrage worldwide, Nigerian actress Angela Okorie has decided to return home to her native country.

The beautiful actress who is apparently in the US since the Covid-19 regime can be seen telling a friend who was recording the video that she would go back to Nigeria before her security is also compromised.

Meanwhile, a CNN report had said the family of George Floyd — who died after pleading that he couldn’t breathe while a police officer held him down with a knee on his neck — say they want the four Minneapolis officers involved charged with murder.

“They were supposed to be there to serve and to protect and I didn’t see a single one of them lift a finger to do anything to help while he was begging for his life. Not one of them tried to do anything to help him,” Tera Brown, Floyd’s cousin, told CNN’s Don Lemon.

In an emotional interview Tuesday night, Brown and Floyd’s two brothers held up his picture and spoke of a man who “didn’t hurt anybody” and who they described as a “gentle giant.””Knowing my brother is to love my brother,” Philonise Floyd said.

“They could have tased him; they could have maced him. Instead, they put their knee in his neck and just sat on him and then carried on.””They treated him worse than they treat animals,” he said.