The Unites States of America President-elect, Donald Trump, has allegedly deleted a controversial statement he published on his website, stating that all Muslims and blacks, especially Nigerians, will be banned from the country if he was elected president.
Recall that Trump, during a rally at Wichita, Kansas threatened to depot Nigerians and Mexicans for taking all the jobs meant for Americans
He was quoted to have said, “We need to get the Africans out. Not the blacks, the Africans. Especially the Nigerians. They’re everywhere.
“I went for a rally in Alaska and met just one African in the entire state. Where was he from? Nigeria! He’s in Alaska taking our jobs.
“They’re in Houston taking our jobs. Why can’t they stay in their own country?
“Why? I’ll tell you why. Because they are corrupt. Their Governments are so corrupt, they rob the people blind and bring it all here to spend.
“And their people run away and come down here and take our jobs! We can’t have that! If I become president, we’ll send them all home.
“I think that we should definitely disallow any Muslims from coming in. Any of them. The reason is simple: we can’t identify what their attitude is.
“We’ll build a wall at the Atlantic Shore. Then maybe we’ll re-colonize them because obviously they did not learn a damn thing from the British!”
However, The Independent reveals that the said page which carried the ‘threat’, now redirects to another page encouraging voters to donate to Trump’s campaign.