US Election: Ali Baba reminds Nigerians of Trump’s ‘If I win, you all leave’ threat; says vote Clinton or be deported

Popular Nigerian comedian, Ali Baba, has urged Nigerians in the United States to cast their votes in the Tuesday’s presidential election or be deported.
He said this in line with the purported warning the Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump, ‘allegedly’ gave to Nigerians based in the US in January.
Recall that Daily Mail had reported that Trump had shot a subtle warning to the Nigerian Community in the US, after he said all Nigerians would be made to leave the country “when he becomes President.”

He reportedly made the ‘threat’ during a rally at Wichita, Kansas, saying Nigerians and Mexicans have taken all the jobs meant for honest hard working 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.
“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!”
The ace comedian, recalling the alleged threat, wrote on his Twitter handle@ALIBABAGCFR: “If you are a Nigerian and you have a blue passport, get up and go out there and vote.
“And make sure it counts.
“If you fail, we will be waiting at the airport to receive many like you who went to The USA and are waiting to get their blue passports too.”
Meanwhile, the Nigerian community in the U.S. has drummed support for Democratic Party candidate, Hillary Clinton ahead of her Republican rival Donald Trump.

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