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    Friday, 11 November 2016

    Jonathan, ex-Nigerian president begs Americans to stop anti-Trump protest


    Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, former Nigerian president Friday begged anti-Trump protesters to give peace chance and follow due democratic process to seek redress 
    Vicnuel recalls that the protesters have hit the ground running hours after Donald Trump Tuesday, November 8, 2016 was declared winner in the American presidential election.
    But, Jonathan took to his Facebook page to beg the Americans saying that “democracy is all about accommodation and the United States is a model for a free world”.
    His words: “I appeal to Americans who are protesting on the streets after the emergence of Donald J. Trump as president-elect to give peace a chance. Democracy is all about accommodation and the United States is a model for the free world.
    “All democrats must value the process of democracy more than the product.
    “While exercising their rights, I plead with the Great American people not to do anything that will impinge on the old and cherished values and traditions of the US on democratic ethos.”


    1 comment:

    1. well the protesters are going to calm down slowly-slowly as they are angry right now. Had Clinton won, these protesters including media would have made so much mockery out of him that would have no limit in it. Good that Trump won surprising everyone

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