Black man rescued white police officer, never thought about skin colour

Black man rescued white police officer, never thought about skin colour

- A black man identified as Daylan McLee has been praised for saving a white police officer who was pinned in a crashed vehicle

- Daylan came across the officer in the burning vehicle on Father's Day, Sunday, June 21

- He just thought of the officer as his brother in Christ and could not leave without trying his best to rescue him from the scene of the accident

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A black man named Daylan McLee has proved that humanity is the only race and the important thing that matters in life is the love people show toward each other.

According to @PamSuranoKDKA on Twitter, the black man saw a Uniontown police officer trapped at an accident scene and didn't think twice about his skin colour before swinging into action.

“I know this man is my brother through Christ and I couldn’t leave him behind,” Daylan said.

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Daylan Maclee rescued a Uniontown police officer
A collage of the police officer and a picture showing some people talking to him after the incident. Source: Twitter/PamSuranoKDKA
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Meanwhile, earlier reported that a Bulgarian woman, Elina Otofe, lamented the bad effects of racism and how discrimination based on a person’s skin colour is.

She said that the small town of Shumen, Bulgaria, where she was born is very “judgmental when they see something different”, like a mixed couple.

Elina said they had to move to the capital and begin their life anew, but reception was not any different.

She added that they could not get a place to rent because of the colour of her husband's skin, adding that she never understood racism.

Elina said she would rather see people through the lens of "values, love, kindness, and humanity". She added that she one day hopes people would accept the fact that the human race is the only race.

In other news, Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM) and National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC) came together to mourn the passing of George Floyd, the black American man who suffered police brutality.

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During a press conference NIDCOM boss, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, spoke about the need for black men around the world to make a spiritual connection with Africa, their motherland.

She said that if the Chinese and others could invest in the continent, then black people all around the world need to do the same and make Africa great.

"If George Floyd had done his DNA, he [would have seen that he] was probably a Nigerian by birth. A lot of African-Americans had tried to do their DNAs and you know what, a lot of them came from Nigeria.

"This kind of thing that happened (referring to Floyd's death) is not acceptable anywhere in the world," she said.

She added that the world would continue to look down on black people as long as Africa remains underdeveloped.

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