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Lee NAACP finds no proof of alleged racism at Very first Road restaurant

The Lee County NAACP reported an apology issued to a Fort Myers restaurant alleged to have exhibited white supremacist disorders arrived for the reason that no proof of that was discovered.

James X. Muwakkil, head of the community NAACP, explained the organization’s inquiry did not prove white supremacy and alternatively observed proof of minor racism involving equally sides of a recent incident at Initially Avenue Cafe and Bar in downtown Fort Myers.

“The Lee County NAACP particularly, I, James Muwakkil, apologizes to Initial Avenue Restaurant and their harmless staff members who could have taken no aspect in the incident,” the apology, issued Thursday, explained.

The incident associated facets encompassing an in the beginning effective “day social gathering” that made into charges of racism.

Muwakkil claimed he has not read from restaurant owner restaurant proprietor Vasil “Invoice” Babamov and would not count on to.