A 65-year-old African man, whose home in Belfast was pelted with paint in a racist attack, says he no longer feels safe in his own house.
Adu Kyeremateng, from Ghana, said he feels “threatened” and wants “to get out” following what the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) are calling a hate crime
. He said he no longer feels safe in his home, at Townsend Terrace in the loyalist Shankill area.
The former security guard, who lives alone, woke on Sunday morning to the strong smell of paint. He found thick white paint coating his front door, both front windows and his driveway.