CNN presenter analyses why Nigeria was added to the US travel ban and gives reasons why Nigeria should be removed from the list (Video)

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CNN’s Fareed Zakaria has broke down the expansion of Nigeria to the US travel boycott which over the most recent couple of weeks has created heaps of discussion.

Review that the White House declared that foreigners from Nigeria and five different nations will never again be qualified for visas permitting them to live in the US for all time, extending its dubious travel boycott strategy. A presidential announcement on January 31 refered to Nigeria’s inability to agree to security and data sharing necessities, and its high “fear” hazard to the US as explanations behind monumental the limitation.

Fareed Zakaria who broke down the improvement, considered if the boycott was a safety effort or implementation of President Donald Trump’s view on migration. He brought up no Nigerian has been liable for any dread related assault in America in more than four decades.

The CNN moderator demanded that on the off chance that the purpose behind prohibiting worker visas from Nigeria is legitimate, at that point all visas including the transitory one ought to have been restricted too.

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Zakaria likewise uncovered that Nigerians are the most taught migrants from sub-Saharan Africa in the US of which 59% matured 25 and more seasoned have at any rate a four year college education, as indicated by relocation arrangement organization.

He said;

According to the Migration Policy Institute, 59% of Nigeria immigrants aged 25 and older hold at least a Bachelor’s degree, that is nearly double the proportion for Americans born in the US.“It is also more than the proportion of immigrants from South Korea, China, the United Kingdom and Germany. Nigerian immigrants also get high scale jobs, 54% of them are in largely White-collar positions in management, business, science and the arts than barely just 39% of people born in the US

Zakaria refered to another American Research report which uncovered that Nigerian settlers in the United States made more than $14 billion of every 2018 and paid more than $4 billion in charges in the United States. He likewise affirmed that Nigeria is America’s second-biggest exchange accomplice in addition to other things.

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