CLEVELAND, OH – It’s Ukrainians first in the white nationalist nation of Ukraine as Africans living and studying in the nation Volodymyr Zelensky leads are blocked when they try to board buses and trains leaving his country to enter Poland. In anti-Negro Poland they’re being blocked at the borders. According to the pinchful of Nigerians, South Africans and Ghanians living in Ukraine some have faced weapons being pointed at them as they’re forcefully turned away.
Videos showing the violence they’re encountering from Ukraine’s army and police are slowly being removed from YouTube as “Russian” propaganda. So-called “American” media outlets under foreign and immigrant control don’t want the world distracted by Ukraine’s anti-Negro mindset as Zelensky is being portrayed as a hero. Former Cleveland reporter Sharon Reed is one of the few American journalists covering the story.
None of our nation’s major media outlets are covering the “Ukrainians first” story as Cleveland Mayor Justin Bibb flies the flag of Zelensky’s extermination-minded nationalist government over Cleveland city hall. Expecting the former curve-graded Case Western Reserve University law school graduate to know foreign affairs – when he twice failed to pass the Ohio Bar Association’s examination to get a law license – is too much for Clevelanders to ask of him.
Even before the Russian Federation began its February 24, 2022 “de-militarization” and “de-nazification” military operation in Ukraine; the Nigerian embassy in Kyiv was warning its countrymen who wanted to study in the 99.9 percent Caucasian nation to avoid it. Zelensky’s Nazi’s were killing them. Between 2019 and January 10, 2022 approximately 150 African students were killed between Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Latvia, Lithuania and Greece. 100 were killed in Greece alone.
The “stay out of Ukraine” warning came from Nigeria’s ambassador in January when on the 10th of that month Nigerian student Fadlullah Agboluaje was found dead on the floor of his dormitory room at Lviv Polytechnic National University. He was there to study when he arrived in the nation on January 9th and was met by an unnamed official of the university.
The heater in his assigned and filthy dormitory room wasn’t working properly and desk personnel didn’t speak English. The Ukrainian university official assigned to help Agboluaje navigate his surroundings told him to wait until Monday, January 10th, the day he was found dead. Ukrainian officials conducted an autopsy and claim he caught pneumonia and died from freezing in the room the university’s officials assigned to him.
An online petition’s was started to get answers about his death. The Nigerian Embassy in Ukraine issued a warning to its citizens “to take individual security and safety very serious in view of the current developments.” Agboluaje family’s was initially given no information about his cause of death.