- A Southern Californian mayor by name James Stewart has resigned from his post after mistakenly sending wrong information in an email
- James Stewart was asked what he was doing about police violence and he replied saying he did not believe that any good person of colour suffers in the hands of the police
- However, Stewart later revealed that 'good' was automatically added as he meant to say that no person of colour has been murdered by police, in context to his Temecula or Riverside county
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Temecula Mayor James Stewart, a mayor in Southern California has resigned from his post after making a statement that police do not harm 'good black people'.
According to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Blacknews.com, the popular mayor made the statement whilst responding to an email where he was being interviewed.
James Stewart was asked what he was doing about police violence and he replied saying he did not believe that any good person of colour suffers in the hands of the police.
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“As you know the City of Temecula does not have its own Police Department. We contract with Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. And I don’t believe there’s ever been a good person of colour killed by a police officer," he said.
Subsequently, the mayor indicated that actually, what he meant to say was that no person of colour has been murdered by police, in context to his Temecula or Riverside county.
He explained that 'good' was added automatically as he was using a voice-to-text feature to write out the email and did not take time to proofread.
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Following that event, James Stewart apologized for his words and resigned from his post as a mayor.
In another interesting report, head pastor for the Alabaster International Ministries, Prophet Kofi Oduro, has finally revealed why he preaches with so much aggression, relating it to his past life.
In a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ghanaweb, Prophet Oduro indicates that his confrontational mode of preaching stems from his past experience as a member of a gang.
According to the prophet who is popularly known for his 'tieee' signature word, he grew up in a place where he never imagined becoming a man of God one day.
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