Visa ban on Nigerians, Donald Trump Shocking Revelation.
Barely one week after the government of the United States of America placed a visa ban on Nigeria.
The Chinese ambassador to Nigeria, Zhou Pingjian, said that the embassy has suspended the issuance of visas to Nigerians.
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In a new tweet by Femi Fani Kayode, he said:
Not surprised about the American Visa ban on Nigerians.
What do you expect when your Government encourages Boko Haram & Fulani militants.
Our country has become a haven for the most dangerous terrorist organizations In the world.
For over four years.
Do you expect @realDonaldTrump to close his eyes to that?
Many Nigerians have expressed their opinions on the matter.
Check reactions below:
China place Visa ban on Nigerians to prevent the spread of coronavirus into Nigeria. But our own government say no. You can go to China.
The Angel that directed me to be born in Nigeria did not try at all…. pic.twitter.com/4IikQBNQdG
— Afroo~Media✊🏾 (@afrooomedia) February 4, 2020
Trust me China did igbo business men a favor by placing a ban on issuance of their Visa to Nigerians, otherwise I trust my brothers the will be like "it isi part of the lisk to make mornee, get lich or die tliying"
— Newslify.ng (@newslifyng) February 4, 2020
I did my investigation on visa ban. You know what the white said . Nigerians are like a cry baby cry over every little thing see ur life He said Nigerians are free to apply for VISA they might be a little bit strict. America will protect their country. So it's PMB fault? Haba
— Wale S Akerele (@akerele_s) February 2, 2020
Following the recent action by American President “Donald Trump” and the Chinese ambassador to Nigeria “Zhou Pingjian”.
Thousands of Nigerians were shocked immensely.
Africa’s most populous country and largest economy “Nigeria” was added to the Trump administration’s controversial visa and travel bans list.
Tanzanian and Sudan citizens will no longer be able to apply for the “diversity visas,” known as the green card lottery, according to the Department of Homeland Security.
In response to the visa ban, A Nigerian civil group has started a petition to revoke the ban.
The group insisted this action will affect families.