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A very popular Nobel Laureate, Professor Wole Soyinka has decided to talk about the current New change of Government in the US. He also revealed that he has forgiven all the Americans for formerly electing Donald Trump.
Recalling back in 2016, Professor Wole Soyinka described Donald Trump as a “racist” and a “Xenophobe.” The professor was very much concerned about the Elections back then in 2016 and he wanted the Democrats to rule the US, but the people voted for the Republicans.
That alone got Professor Wole Soyinka pissed off that he tore his American Immigrant Visa Green card.
With that, Professor Wole Soyinka recently was in an interview with Arise TV where he made known to Americans that they have redeemed themselves with the elimination of Donald Trump. In the Interview, Professor Soyinka was also seen as he displayed pieces of his torn green card.
He said, “I feel honored to be associated with the democratic forces of the United States for correcting the unbelievable error that they committed four years ago.”
Professor Wole Soyinka then talked about his green card and also revealed the fact that he is back to the community he dissociated himself from years.“I consider myself back in that community from which I dissociated myself four years ago, and I am very glad to be back, but I am not renewing my green card because it’s not necessary. I go in and out as a visiting alien and that is good enough for me.”
Wole Soyinka then revealed that he told the US about the dangers of Donald Trump. He said, “The complacency was very painful and I said if you people are so careless as to let the racist, the monster, this xenophobic aberrant, this disrespect of the female gender, this serial bankrupt, this man who called your own society a shithole country. If you are so careless as to let him become the next President, I am moving out.
Professor Wole Soyinka then finally talked about the Capitol Building violence that recently happened in the US. He said, “So you can imagine what I have felt over the last few weeks, the siege on the Capitol. In a way, it was rather heart-warming for the Americans themselves to feel that what they have been fighting for is not really given in their society and they had to confront it in a brutal unbelievable way and they came out of it in flying colors.
“It is over not by any means, I don’t say that for a single moment, but it has been a lesson for us in this continent and we should be grateful that it did happen. I am sorry of course about the loss of life. I regret the disruption of normal life, but now we are placed on the same playing level that we are all fighting for the same virtue in human conduct, the same system we all believe in that you cannot take it for granted, not anymore and for us here in Nigeria. It has been, I hope, it was been a heartwarming occasion.”