Nigerians in US threaten to disrupt Saraki’s visit to the United States

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[U.S]–Some Nigerians living in the United States of America have threatened to disrupt the proposed visit by the Senate President, Bukola Saraki, to the United States, should he appear.

The Nigerians under the aegis of the Association for Credible Leadership in Nigeria (ACLN), based in New Jersey, United States, expressed objection to the forthcoming visit due to the several happenings in the country, of which insecurity, power tussle and poor economy are included.

In a statement signed by Adeyinka Fadehan, ACLN has called on Nigerians in Houston and throughout the United States, should Mr. Sarak’s visit materialize next month, to rise up and show him their displeasure.

It was learnt that the Nigerian Senate President is expected to speak at a town hall event at Crown Plaza Suites Hotel, 9090 Southwest Freeway, Houston on May 4th, 2017.

“We cannot hold back from revealing how disappointed we, like many Nigerians, are with the Senate President and his Senate, who [has] failed to address the several cases of corruption leveled against them.

“We cannot allow these rogues the pleasure of a peaceful visit to the U.S.A while they leave our fellow Nigerians languishing in misery back home!” ACLN said.

Remember that THE PAGE had earlier reported that youths in Akure, Ondo state, have protested poor representation by their representatives at the level of the Senate, saying that they have contributed to the downfall of the country.

The youths under the aegis of Occupy Senators, lamented that while President Muhammadu Buhari is working round the clock to ensure the development of the country, the Nigerian Senate is serving as a hindrance to the progress of the country.




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