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NIGERIANS DONT WANT TO RETURN TO THEIR 'HUT' WHEN THEY SEE AMERICA–TRUMP


Nigerians have been described as people living in huts who don’t intend to return home whenever they visit America by the President of USA Donald Trump
Trump has pushed controversial immigration policies since becoming American president in January.
Amongst his first policies was to ban visits from several countries — mostly from the middle east.
The policy has been overturned and upheld by different American courts.

It was also gathered that Trump had a ready-made excuse for almost all the countries his controversial immigration policy targeted.
He said he was banning people from Afghanistan because the country was a terrorist haven.
When asked about why he was restricting people from Haiti, he described them as being infested with AIDS.
On Nigerians, Mr. Trump said they would never “go back to their huts” in Africa, the Times reported, citing two officials who were presented at the meeting held in Mr. Trump’s office but who sought anonymity.
Although some administration officials acknowledged that the meeting took place, they denied that the president used  “AIDS” and “huts” at the meeting.
Nigeria was eventually not included in the list of countries whose nationals were banned from entering America finally.

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