U.S. Violence: Place Travel Ban on Trump, MURIC to Buhari
The Muslim Rights Concern has asked President Muhammadu Buhari to place a travel ban on the President of the United States of America, Donald Trump, following the violence at the capitol.
MURIC said this in a statement by its director, Prof. Ishaq Akintola, titled ‘Place travel ban on Trump, cronies – MURIC’.
The group also expressed its displeasure over the silence of the Federal Government on the outright attempt to overturn the result of an election.
They advised President Buhari to speak up as Africa is looking up to it.
The statement reads, “We strongly denounce the role played by President Donald Trump in the last US general elections. Trump’s refusal to acknowledge defeat shows acute desertification of the spirit of sportsmanship.
“His insistence on electoral fraud despite several court declarations to the contrary is a manifestation of selfishness, overambition, and inordinate lust for power. Above all, his incitement which led to the storming of the Capitol is despicable, repulsive and preposterous. Trump has stained America’s reputation as a great democracy.
“MURIC calls on the Federal Government to speak up on the American debacle. America’s condemnation of African and other third world countries has been deafening enough to attract a tornado of backlashes at this moment.
“We are not happy that FG has remained silent. China, Turkey, and Iran have spoken up. The voice of Africa must also be heard and the continent is looking unto Nigeria to lead the way.
“We must tell America to its face that tyranny is colour blind and dictators can emerge from the least expected places on earth. There is no country which is occupied by angels only, least of all America.
“We call on FG to place a travel ban on outgoing President Donald Trump and his key allies. It is hoped that other African countries will key to the idea. It just has to be on record that once upon a time, America produced a tyrant, a bully, and an insurrectionist.”
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