NEW YORK – On Sunday, February 28, 2021, 2-3 pm in front of the Harlem State Office Building, over 20 African leaders representing various African nationalities in New York City and on the continent have formerly endorsed Eric Adams for mayor, crowning him Public Safety Mayor.
In a press release sent to New York Parrot, these leaders noted that “Africans in New York deem public safety as their number one constituent concern and will be launching ‘Eric Adams, The Public Safety Mayor’ campaign tomorrow after the endorsement.”
They further said that Eric Adams appeared the most suitable mayoral candidate capable of tackling challenges facing the city.
“We believe that all the socioeconomic challenges the city is facing now can best be addressed when its deteriorating public safety concerns are addressed first.
“This is why we are supporting Eric Adams whom we deemed is uniquely positioned to provide the most effective police-community public safety policies that would address both the rising crimes and the deteriorated relationships between law enforcement and the residents they serve,” reads the press release.