Trump to announce new visa and travel restrictions for four African countries including Nigeria

Following the current ban signed two years ago by U.S. President Donald Trump, U.S. borders were closed to people from seven countries, the majority being Muslim countries. He confirmed that more countries will be added.
“You see what’s going on in the world, our country has to be safe” he told reporters on Wednesday at Davos, Switzerland’s World Economic Forum.
Four Africa nations: Nigeria, Sudan, Tanzania, Eritrea and the others: Belarus, Myanmar, and Kyrgyzstan could soon be affected by the immigration ban by US President Donald Trump. According to US media, countries from Europe, Africa, and Asia are being considered for the enlarged order. No further specifics about which countries were to be targeted or how many, but He said the information would be published “very soon.”

The President also announced plans to appear at Friday’s anti-abortion rally in Washington, sponsored by the March for Life organization. He will be the first president to appear in person at the gathering. In 2018, he presented the annual demonstration of anti-abortion via telecast.

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