Nigerian rap artiste, Vector Tha Viper, has praised Nigerians after he reviewed a report by CNN explaining why Nigeria does not deserve the travel ban placed on it by President Donald Trump’s administration.
Recall, three days ago, that Tontrends reported a CNN analyst and popular talk show host, Fareed Zakaria, criticized the Trump administration after giving analysis of the ban on Immigration from Nigeria and why it “does not make sense.”
He went on to list some of the achievements of Nigerian immigrants in the US saying; “They are some of the most educated immigrants in America.
“According to the Migration Policy Institute, 59% of Nigerian immigrants age 25 or older in the US hold at least a Bachelors degree, which is nearly doubled the proportion of the Americans born in the US (33%).”
“Nigerian immigrants tend to work high skilled jobs, 54% are in largely white-collar positions in business, management, science and the art compared to the 39% of people born in the US,” he added.
He also cited a new report by the New American Economy which states that Nigerian immigrants in the US in 2018 made more than $14 billion and paid more than $4 billion in taxes.
Vector after going through the report, gave his own analysis in a series of tweets on why Nigerians are great people. He said: “#GiveAway BELOW! “some Africans chasing black Americans who lack what Africans have. I mean, we are home and from what the advancement idea is looking like we can’t be stopped. I mean if you see the stats that CNN reported, you will know that our greatness is in our people.
“It is true that Nigeria is a hard place to do honest and straight forward business in but e get time wey Oyibo self be Viking abi? Ok. “Na the way we all use our western influence na him go judge how we use am… I mean I’m writing in English. Lol.
“I mean, the government doesn’t know a lot of Nigerians don’t know that a lot of western imported “original products” get cancer causing agents. “But “Agbo” Dey against plenty religious beliefs. Lol. “Even if na lie. Who Dey check? “We dey check leaders but who Dey check us?
“The change that’ll make a huge difference (sadly) will not reach the peak now but the true meaning of planting a seed is the simple work we put in looking ahead of the things we hope to see.
“This doesn’t necessarily have to make you a good person, if it makes you a thinking one.