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Nigerian author narrates how white supremacists tried to get her family killed by making a fake 911 call

A Nigerian author living in the United States of America was left traumatized after hateful white supremacists tried to get her family killed by making a call to police to report that gunshots were heard at her home.

Ijeoma Oluo, who is the New York Times Bestselling author of ‘So You Want To Talk About Race’, said she got a phone call from the King County Sheriff’s office to inform her that they got a report of gunshots at her home. They were also told there were two dead bodies in the home. But this report was false.

Fortunately, Ms. Oluo, who lives in Seattle, had reported to the authorities after she began getting threats from the white supremacists, so the authorities called her first to confirm.

Read her thread below for her narration of the incident.

Nigerian author narrates how white supremacists tried to get her family killed by making a fake 911 call

Nigerian author narrates how white supremacists tried to get her family killed by making a fake 911 call

Nigerian author narrates how white supremacists tried to get her family killed by making a fake 911 call

Nigerian author narrates how white supremacists tried to get her family killed by making a fake 911 call

1 COMMENT

  1. Nice post, great to see someone knows what they are talking
    about in the industry. Well… not gonna lie, you seem to know your stuff!
    Hope it’s alright I shared this on my facebook, otherwise just tell me
    and I’ll delete it.

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