Nigerians slam American billionaire, Donald Trump, over Ebola

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Nigerians slam American billionaire, Donald Trump, over Ebola
Nigerians slam American billionaire, Donald Trump, over Ebola
ABUJA – Nigerians Wednesday took to social media to berate American billionaire/businessman, Donald Trump, over comments calling U.S. government to stop all flights from West African countries with Ebola outbreak.

Trump also protested the return of two Americans, Dr Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol, to the United States where they are receiving treatment for the deadly virus at Emory University Hospital.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) Entertainment desk reports that Trump, who is worth $3.9 billion, tweeted Friday (Aug. 1) “Stop the EBOLA patients from entering the U.S.

“Treat them, at the highest level, over there. THE UNITED STATES HAS ENOUGH PROBLEMS.

“The U.S. cannot allow EBOLA infected people back. People that go to faraway places to help out are great – but must suffer the consequences!”

In reaction, Cool FM -Air-Personality (OAP), Ifedayo Olarinde popularly called, Freeze, tweeted that Trump was very selfish. [eap_ad_2] Freeze also added that Trump’s tweed just showed he was “a very ignorant man, who has just highlighted shortcomings; educate yourself about West Africa. it’s not all Ebola”.

“Bill Gates who is worth 20 times more than you are spends fortune Africa while u alienate us,” he tweeted.

He also added that “DonaldTrump is worse than Hitler who planned to use us Africans to test weapons; Very insensitive old man. Heartless!”.

Freeze tweeted further: “if your son were coming in from West Africa would you ask the U.S. government to stop flights from West Africa.’’

However, a UK-Based Nigerian Comedian, Wale Gates, tweeted saying: “ kinda agree with Donald Trump, every country should protect its own first;

“Nigeria should have done it long ago. Its not time to be emotional.“If the Nigerian government has decided not to protect its people Goodluck to them. But every other country has a right to protect its people from us.” (NAN)[eap_ad_3]