BIAFRA ALERT!!! SEE TOP 6 WAYS DONALD TRUMP’S VICTORY WILL AFFECT NIGERIA – NO 1 AND 3 WILL SHOCK YOU

BIAFRA ALERT!!! SEE TOP 6 WAYS DONALD TRUMP’S VICTORY WILL AFFECT NIGERIA – NO 1 AND 3 WILL SHOCK YOU

BIAFRA ALERT!!! SEE TOP 6 WAYS DONALD TRUMP’S VICTORY WILL AFFECT NIGERIA – NO 1 AND 3 WILL SHOCK YOU

Historically in Nigeria, sentimental-political-thought-process has been applied by Nigerians for electing leaders – with an effect being that leaders are very afraid of telling Nigerian people the truth… President Buhari had to learn this the hard way after getting blasted for accepting British PM David Cameron’s condemnation of Nigerians as being Fantastically Corrupt in May 2016.

First benefit would be drastic reduction of foreign travel & theft by Nigerian public officials who use government paid trips to move taxpayer’s money abroad into personal accounts in America and even sexual assault of staff at hotels in host countries, beyond the searchlight of our dead legal system

Presently, Nigerians-living-in-Nigeria applying similar election ideology are out-rightly campaigning for Hillary Clinton to win the 2016 election in America(as if their opinion mattered anyways?) not minding whether Nigeria stands to gain or not! Agreed, Clinton is highly qualified for the role – still most Nigerians actually support her only in an effort to punish Donald Trump for his utterances about Nigeria, some of which are actually 100% accurate – including Nigeria being so corrupt and backward with leaders stashing loots in America (accurate, though hurtful). But if you could keep sentiment aside and think deep, the positive outcomes of a Trump presidency for Nigeria could be many. Below I’ve listed 6 benefits for Nigeria:

1. First benefit would be drastic reduction of foreign travel & theft by Nigerian public officials who use government paid trips to move taxpayer’s money abroad into personal accounts in America and even sexual assault of staff at hotels in host countries, beyond the searchlight of our dead legal system.

2. Immediate stop and possible reversal of the brain drain to America, as highly qualified Nigerians will remain in Nigeria to apply their skill, and possibly a deportation(controversial?..yea) of the thousands of Doctors, Nurses and other professionals of Nigerian origin will fill the deficit of professionals in especially the medical sector and end the perennial strikes experienced by the sector.

3. Escalation of name-calling, intimidation and inflaming rhetoric style of Donald Trump as president of the USA will create artificial tension in many parts of the world(sadly) including the Middle East and indirectly affect crude oil prices. So naturally, crude oil prices will soar…and we all know every Nigerian from Street Hawkers to University Professors would celebrate that one.

4. We all know Nigerians are acutely homophobic, and Donald Trump may put a halt to the recent resurgence of the Homosexual/gay movement in America and put away the horror we have had in our minds recently about gay domination of American society .

5. Nigerian private universities and premium private medical service providers will experience a sharp increase of traffic as a result of the reduced access to America by wealthy Nigerians who patronise American institutions for those services.

6. Stem the tide of Capital flight experienced by Nigeria for the past 20 years, considering ease of moving funds will become difficult once Donald Trump achieves his vision of revoking and reviewing Trade Agreements involving the USA.

Of course it can be argued that a potent list of benefits lie in wait for Nigeria, should Hillary Clinton win the election…and I encourage all readers to contribute in the comments section. But it would be safe to say most Donald Trump opponents in Nigeria are selecting sides mainly due to wounds inflicted by Donald Trump on the collective ego of Nigerians.

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