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Published on Nov 18, 2017
1980s St Pauls leader who says mayors father helped force him out wishes his son the best in top job Ras Kuomba Balogun: Interview with Nana Kwaku Agyemang formerly known as Kuomba Balogun, an activist in Bristol from the 1980s, who had to leave and live in Ghana after what: Bristol riots in 1980 – how they got fired up – police racism and harassment; why him and others fire bombed a Nottingham police station; he organised black political activism and rallies in Bristol; cocaine coming to the black community; Oliver North and Iran Contra running cocaine from Colombia - Hollywood film Kill The Messenger - he is now one of leading media sports commentators in Ghana; he linked up with Sinn Fein, got hate mail and had to leave Bristol.
Esther Giles, Martin Summers, Tony Gosling www.thisweek.org.uk - BCfm 93.2 - 17th November 2017