The chief executive connected development, Hamzat Lawal had reacted to the visa ban placed on some Nigerians by the US
It is no longer news that since the US made the announcement, there have been several reactions from Nigerians
According to Lawal who spoke on Channels Television, he said he is happy about the decision because several events which were very bad played out during the election. He said what remains is for the US to publish the names of those on the visa ban
He said " The next for me is for the US to release the names of those under the Visa Ban. You know we can not run the country without consequences. During the election, we saw people interfering in the work of INEC, we saw people spreading fake news, we saw people colliding with security agencies, and we saw politicians empowering miscreants and thugs to disrupt the action, so I am really happy that America has taken the step to impose a visa ban"
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