Honorable Akin Alabi has stated that wishes Donald Trump loses the US presidential election in November.
The lawmaker stated this in reaction to a visa ban the Trump administration placed on Nigeria.
He tweeted: “I’m a Trump fan (one of my favourite people in the world) but anything against my countrymen is against me personally. I hope he loses in November”.
When told that Trump’s action is aimed at putting his country first, Akin Alabi added:
“I really don’t think not banning Nigeria means he is not putting his country first. Meanwhile, of course he can put his country first. It doesn’t mean everyone must like that. I put my countrymen first. Especially my countrymen making a honest living there who want to regularize”.
n Nigerians with honest means of livelihood in Americ, the lawmaker said:
“A lot of my countrymen are in America, making a honest living, paying tax and have plans to regularize their papers. If you have a brother in that situation, you won’t say this”.
On Trump and the coming electiom, he concluded saying: “He’s the favourite no doubt. Nothing wrong with wishing another party wins. Is there anything wrong with it?”
The governments of Jersey, the United States and Nigeria have signed an agreement over an Abacha loot worth over $308 million.
The money which was confisticated was looted between 1993 and 1998 during the regime of late General Sani Abacha.
Read a joint statement issued :
On Monday, 3 February 2020, the Government of Jersey, the Federal Republic of Nigeria and the Government of the United States of America entered into an Asset Recovery Agreement to repatriate over US$308 million of forfeited assets to Nigeria.
The funds were laundered through the US banking system and then held in bank accounts in Jersey in the name of Doraville Properties Corporation, a BVI company, and in the name of the son of the former Head of State of Nigeria, General Sani Abacha. In 2014 a U.S....
Max.ng, operators of Max Okada and Max Keke, have reacted to the ban placed on motorcycles and tricycles in Lagos State.
The company revealed that it is having conversations with stakeholders concerning the reform of activities of motorcycles and tricycles in Lagos State.
Max.ng also condemned the violent protest staged by some motorcycle and tricycle operators in Lagos yesterday against the ban which took effect on February 1.
A statement on their official twitter handle reads:
"Dear Valued Customers. We apologize for the inconveniences you have experienced due to the unavailability of our Champions in the areas affected by the motorcycle restriction policy.
"We are having conversations with key stakeholders and are very hopeful that the reforms...
Shortly after USA through their President, Donald Trump placed a travel ban on Nigerians, China has also placed visa restrictions on the acclaimed Giant of Africa, pending when the Coronavirus ravaging the country will be contained.
The Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to Nigeria, Zhou Pingjian, on Monday said the embassy had stopped the issuance of visas to Nigerians.
The Ambassador said China was concerned about the health of other nationals visiting China and has taken the measure to protect them.
“Life comes first. The Chinese Government is committed to safeguarding the lives and health of the Chinese people.
We will, in a responsible manner, safeguard the life of every foreign national in China and address their legitimate concerns in a timely manner.