Nov. 25, 2021

Houston city canceled 2021 parade while American Indians waited in line.

2021 Houston thanks giving parade was canceled because of the possibility of thunderstorm in the area .
Mayor Sylvester Turner presented a proclamation to Professor Dr Pr Peter Hotez an infectious disease expert and dean of the National tropical medicine institute at the Tesas medical center.
. Dr Hotez worked hard in the last couple of months 'advising Houston on Covid19 preparedness and response.
Unfortunately ' city of Houston authorities canceled the parade ' promising to return the money of those who paid for seats.
.. The American Indian community was one of those that stood in line waiting to participate in the parade ' while the local leaders on the ground discussed the way forward 'against the backdrop of possible thunder storms
The people went away convinced that the authorities had their safety at heart with the cancelation decision .
Mayor Turner and city of Houston congressional woman Sheila Jackson Lee joined the leadership of the thanks giving super feast at the George Briwn convention center ' helping to distribute thanks giving supplies to Houstonians who showed up in their cars and in person inside the building .
Thanks giving events took place in other cities in the USA as expected ' with huge crowds participating at the New York Macy parade .
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Dr Ntuba Thompson Akwo.