The spokesperson of the Indigenous people of Biafra Emma Powerful have told our correspondent how the supreme Leader of IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi kanu during a phone conversation with president Donald Trump persuaded Trump to send ventilators to Nigeria Amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Based on the appeal from Nnamdi kanu, United States President, Donald Trump said Thursday that he has sent 1,000 ventilators to Nigeria to help save lives from the COVID-19 pandemic.
When Donald Trump was Questioned on his claim of enough ventilators to share with other countries, after touring Ford Motor plant in Ypsilanti, Michigan, refitted to produce Personal Protection Equipment (PPE), he said: “We were just talking about we have a very big stockpile right now, and we building a bigger…we are helping a lot of other countries.
Nigeria, we just sent a thousand. We have various countries – France, Spain, we have a lot going to Italy, we have a lot going to probably 15, 18 countries. They’re calling us. We have the capacity to do this. Nobody else did.
“So, every state now has more than they need and our stockpile is totally full. We have a tremendous amount.
“So, now we’re really helping other countries where they’re losing a lot of people because they don’t have ventilators.” Trump concludes
Trump in a phone call to President Muhammadu Buhari, last month offered to assist Nigeria with some ventilators to tackle coronavirus.
In Another Story I Am No More A Dancehall Queen, I Am Now God’s Queen – Repentant Singer
Liberian dancehall singer, Canc Queen has announced that she has quit music and given her life to Christ.
Canc Queen, who was one of the top dancehall stars in Liberia made the shocking news to her fans via her social media accounts yesterday, May 14th, as she reminisced about her life experiences in a series of posts.