Nigeria got ban relief from President Biden on his first day in office

President Joe Biden

Joe Biden the current U.S President has lifted the unfortunate travel ban placed on  heavyweight of West African State Nigeria and some others countries which was one of the hand work of Donald Trump during his days in office.

Biden on his official Facebook wall wrote “Now the real work begins, folks. follow along at President Joe Biden as we build back better”.

No wonder in his first day in office, President Joe Biden issued some executive orders collapsing some of policies made by former President Donald Trump.

Among the 17 executive orders and presidential actions Biden signed on Wednesday were the order to end travel restrictions and immigration from countries including Nigeria, Eritrea, Yemen, Sudan and others.

“There’s no time to waste,” Biden said before signing the executive orders in the White House. These are just all starting points,” he added. The American Civil Liberties Union, a non-profit civil rights organization, applauded the move calling the travel policy a “cruel Muslim ban that targeted Africans.”

However, the ban was changed, in part due to legal challenges, and included some non majority-Muslim nations.

President Biden described the policy as discriminatory and an affront to the country’s values.

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