Other countries around the world have lend their support and condolences to the United Kingdom over Manchester devastating terror attack yesterday evening that lead to the killing of 22 persons.
In Dubai the Burj Khalifa was emblazoned with the Union Jack, in Zagreb, Croatia a fountain was illuminated with the colours of the United Kingdom flag and in Rome the Rome the Colosseum went dark in tribute against the terror.
At Yankee Stadium, ‘God Save the Queen’ was played along with ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ before New York hosted the Kansas City Royals. ‘Our thoughts and prayers to the victims in Manchester’ the video board read.
The tributes come after the worst UK atrocity since 2005, when a nail bomber murdered 22 concert-goers as young as eight at an Ariana Grande concert.
Meanwhile, British Ex Lawmaker, Erick Joyce insists that Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari is dead. The ex-lawmaker had during the weekend condoled with Nigeria over the reported death of President Buhari. Eric Joyce, who is also a former military officer, sent the condolence via his Twitter handle, @EricJoyce