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Trump berated for remarks against Nigerians

21 January 2016, 21:27

Lagos - The All Progressives Congress (APC) International Secretariat has condemned alleged stereotypical remarks United States presidential hopeful, Donald Trump, made against Nigerians.

The controversial politician, in a recent campaign event, was quoted as saying Africans, especially Nigerians must be deported.

He accused them and their country of being corrupt.

He is quoted as saying if he came to power, all Africans would be deported.

Also read: APC USA condemns racist Trump remarks

“President Barack Obama in his last days in office, is trying to unify the world with America, while vagabond Donald Trump is busy untiring neatly twinned - effortless efforts; calling a generation of people primitive names, giving bad accolades,” said Francis John, APC USA Coordinator.

Speaking from Kansas City, Missouri, John said it was important to educate “Tramp Trump” no man was an island nor his businesses, neither himself, an immigrant to the United States.

“Tramp Trump, Nigerians in United Sates will continue to do better things for the progressive development of America, regardless of your derogatory statements at them; smartly working for the betterment of socioeconomic development of the country, anywhere they find themselves,” said John.

Francis argued picking on Nigerians was Trump’s greatest mistake ever made in this campaign.

“Nigerians all over the world are embittered!   It is very necessary to bring abrupt stop to Tramp Trump excesses, building more hatred for America.”

- News 24


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