Activist Renounces his Nigerian Citizenship after Canadian Government sent him $2,290

6 months ago

A Nigerian Human right Activist, and Political analyst, identified as ‘Travel Doctor ‘ living in Canada has renounced his Nigerian citizenship after Canadian government gave him palliatives.

As the coronavirus pandemic keeps ravaging people, Canadian government has given $2,290 to all citizen as support, this prompted the activist who also benefited from the palliative to renounce his citizenship.

He revealed that all Canadian citizens have already received $2,000 before and today they have received another $290 as support.

For the generous gesture, he  announced Canada as his home as he described home as where leaders care about citizens not where you were born.

He also disclosed that Nigerian government has told them to come back home, that Nigerian government will bear their flights costs.

He said: ” Few days ago, we received a deposit of $2,000 from d Govt of canada, today we got another cheque of $290 as support. Meanwhile, all Nigerian Govt could say was come back home, I will bear the flight cost. Home ain’t where you were born. Home is where d leaders care abt you”

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