“Let My Wife Come Home’: President Biden Says His Wife Spending Too Much Time With Navajo Nation

Jill Biden travelled to Arizona and then to Navajo territory on Thursday in order to discuss recovery from the pandemic with tribal leaders – but it seems that she is needed back at the White House, as the president misses his wife and can’t stand spending a weekend without her.

US President Joe Biden went off on an odd tangent on Saturday, as he jokingly asked the Navajo Nation to “let his wife come home”, hinting that First Lady Jill Biden had been visiting Window Rock for too long.

“I just want to say one thing to Byrd of the Navajo Nation, let my wife come home. She likes the Navajo Nation too much. She keeps being out there. She’s been out there for two days. She was out there before. I don’t know. You know what I mean? I called her, I said where are you? ‘I’m staying another day’. So, you know, let her come home, okay”, the president suddenly said during the “Leaders Summit on Climate” 

virtual event.

Biden joked that it’s too far for him to commute, but then once again changed the course of his monologue, returning to the discussion about climate issues.

US President Joe Biden Signs Executive Order To Favour Nigerians


This news platform understands that the US president signed the order which states that interested citizen of the Federal Republic of Nigeria who measure in some special profession are eligible for American E-Work Visa, and Residence Permit.

In a statement signed by the Director of United States Citizenship and Immigration Service on March 31, 2021, conveyed the order to the Nigerian Mission in the United States by the US Department of Immigration.
The terms of the executive order allow 25000 citizens of Nigeria between the age of 25 to 55 and whose expertise are among the following:

  1. Health workers
  2. Business Administration
  3. Lecturers
  4. Civil Servants
  5. Marine workers
  6. Engineers
  7. Accountants
  8. Special Skill Workers

Anonymous group make demands To Joe Biden

Joe Biden was officially made the president of united state today following the departure of Donald Trump from the white house. During the inauguration of Joe Biden the popular Anonymous group on twitter sends a message to Joe Biden online. The message was kind of like an order to Joe Biden as he enters the white house today.

Here is the screenshot of Anonymous To Joe Biden ;-

Anonymous where kind of like giving an order to Joe Biden that he close Guantanamo Bay and Pardon Reality winner. Guantanamo Bay is a military prison with a lot of bad past over the years.

Here is a screenshot Of Guantanamo Bay History in case you are wondering what it is :-

The Guantanamo Bay as you have raed above is a military prison where citizens are deprive of their right as they are denied trial as they have being tortured for a long time and later transferred to another prison.

Reality winner is an American former intelligence who was convicted and sent to prison for leaking important information from government facility.

Here is the history of Reality Winner

See How people have reacted to the anonymous tweet :-

A New Day in America as Joe Biden becomes the 46th president

Moments after official helicopter meant to convey Donald Trump and his beautiful wife Melania out of “White House” in Washington DC surfaced online, the 78-year-old American politician Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. who is the president-elect of the United States of America, took to his official profile on Twitter to share a post.

President-elect Joe Biden made a post saying; “It’s a New Day in America”.

The former vice president of the U.S is set to become the 46th president of America, after defeating current president Donald Trump in year-2020 presidential election, contesting as a member of the Democratic Party.

See Photos and Video Footage of Trump Departing From “White House”.

SOURCE: CNN, Twitter.

Joe Biden’s Inauguration: Photos From The Historic Swearing-In Of Biden & Kamala Harris
The day has finally come. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are being sworn in as our next president and vice president. We have all the photos from Inauguration Day, here.
AP
Joe Biden,Jill Biden
DC: Tribute to Covid-19 victims ahead of the Inauguration of
Biden Inauguration Security
Biden Inauguration Security

Just two weeks ago the Capitol was under siege by a group of violent insurrectionists intent on overturning the 2020 election results. Today, January 20, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris stood strong in the same location where Donald Trump‘s supporters attempted to defeat them, taking the Oath of Office to become the United States’ next president and vice president. Though the inauguration crowd size was drastically reduced due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you can still experience every moment through our gallery of photos. Keep checking back to see all the highlights throughout this momentous occasion.

The day will start off with much fanfare — a reading of the Pledge of Allegiance by trailblazing firefighter Andrea Hall and a rendition of the national anthem by the one and only Lady Gaga . Attendees and viewers at home will also be treated to a poetry reading by the nation’s first Youth Poet Laureate, 23-year-old Amanda Gorman . This accomplished young woman will be presenting her latest work, “The Hill We Climb,” after being hand-picked by our incoming first lady, Dr. Jill Biden

Joe Biden Kamala Harris
Kamala Harris and Joe Biden raise their arms in triumph after winning the 2020 presidential election, 11/7/20 (AP)

Following Amanda’s stirring recitation, Jennifer Lopez will appear for a unique performance to celebrate Biden and Harris’ remarkable win. She’s not the only music superstar lending her voice to the event. Country superstars Garth Brooks, Tim McGraw and Tyler Hubbard will also perform. While the performances will surely get major attention, January 20 is all about the main event: Biden and Harris officially being sworn into office. It’s been a long journey to get here, including a days-long election and rampant cries from Trump that the election was stolen .

But this is their day. It’s looking different from inaugurations past. While roughly 200,000 tickets are usually passed out for the swearing-in, only 1000 tickets were available this year — one for each member of Congress and their guest. Gone are the traditional parade to the White House and galas on inauguration night. While Biden and Harris still made their way to the White House with military accompaniment, viewers at home were treated to a virtual parade, featuring a performance by the reunited  New Radicals— Biden’s late Son Beau Biden‘s favorite band.

Joe Biden Kamala Harris
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris wave to their supporters after winning the 2020 presidential election, 11/7/20 (AP)

It’s truly a day to remember. To see more photos from Joe Biden and Kamala Harris’ inauguration, from Lady Gaga and JLo’s performances, to their inspirational speeches, the parade through the nation’s capitol, and beyond, scroll through our gallery above!

The Inauguration will also see America’s Vice president-elect Kamala Harris make history as first Black woman with south Asian roots to resume office of Vice President for the United States of America

Bad News to Joe Biden After This Revelation

Articles of Biden’s impeachment to be presented in the Congress a day after his inauguration.

Biden to be ousted a day after his inauguration.

His expulsion planned after the emergence of claims that he used his son to illegally obtain cash from China and Ukraine.

Donald Junior Trump’s exit faced with lots of hurdles and barriers.

First, the United States President known for his dictatorial reigns was reluctant to concede defeat.

Secondly, he later conceded defeat on condition that he won’t attend Biden’s inauguration.

Thirdly, Biden’s rivals comes up with a scheme to defame and dethrone him.

Orchestrators of the scheme claim that the latter used scheming techniques to wrongfully obtain cash from China and Ukraine.

“Breaking: Articles of impeachment against Joe Biden are being drafted to be presented to Congress on January 21st, a day after his inauguration. Joe is being accused to have used his son to obtain money from Ukraine and China.” Lord Abraham Mutai claims.

Screenshot courtesy of Twitter

Photo of Joe Biden

Content created and supplied by Walter_Mcgreat

BREAKING: Joe Biden wins US Presidential Elections

Democratic Candidate for the US presidential Elections, Joe Biden has emerged winner.

Biden, 78, is the 46th President of the United states. Biden will be 78 at the end of this month, becoming the oldest president when he is inaugurated in January in the midst of the worst public health crisis in 100 years.

His vice, Kamala Harris will be the first woman, the first person of color, and the first Asian-American to be the vice president of the United States.

Jonathan Reacts To US Election Chaos

Jonathan Reacts To US Election Chaos, WTO Takes Major Decision On Okonjo-Iweala, Northerners Dominate Newly Sworn-in Justices… MORE
It is better to lose power and gain honour —Jonathan
<p class="has-drop-cap has-vivid-purple-color has-text-color" value="<amp-fit-text layout="fixed-height" min-font-size="6" max-font-size="72" height="80">Nigerian President, Goodluck Jonathan, says it is better to lose power and gain honour.Nigerian President, Goodluck Jonathan, says it is better to lose power and gain honour.

Jonathan, who made this known in a Facebook post on Friday, recommended this ‘philosophy’ to all leaders facing ‘challenging situations at the polls’.

He wrote, “Nobody’s ambition is worth the blood of any citizen. It is better to gain honour at the cost of losing power than to gain power at the cost of losing honour.

“At any point in time, the power of love should matter more than the love of power.

“This is my philosophy. I have lived it. It has brought great peace to both my beloved nation and I. And I recommend it to all leaders facing challenging situations, either in government, or at the polls, or even in their dealings with fellow political actors.”

Jonathan, who sought reelection on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party in 2015, had conceded defeat to the incumbent Nigerian President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), of the All Progressives Congress.

Although Jonathan was not specific about the world ‘leaders’ he made the recommendation to, his statement was made at a time when the United States is electing a new President to lead the nation for another four years.

The incumbent American President, Donald Trump, and his Democrat challenger Joe Biden are presently slugging it out at the polls but the electoral college votes are tilting in favour of Biden who is some figures shy from the magic number of 270.

The Republican candidate has, however, been alleging fraud in the voting process. Trump has also threatened that the election would end up at the US Supreme Court.

Source – Punch

Joe Biden to give speech tonight

Joe Biden’s campaign says he will give a speech during prime time Friday.

The Democratic presidential candidate’s campaign announced that he would be making an address but did not say where or what he plans to say.

Biden is on the cusp of winning the presidency as he opens up narrow leads over President Donald Trump in several critical backgrounds.

The Associated Press has not called the presidential race. Votes are still being counted in states including Pennsylvania and Georgia.

He has urged the public to be patient as vote counting continues. He was spending Friday at home in Wilmington, Delaware.

A stage set up since election night for a victory party outside the city’s convention center remained intact and has been secured for days by security personnel using high fencing and car barriers.

Biden campaign staffers who arrived in Wilmington for a victory party earlier in the week have been told to hold onto their hotel rooms until early next week.

Source – AL

What A Joe Biden Win Will Mean For Nigeria, Africa

The election of Democratic candidate, Joe Biden, or re-election of the Republican candidate, Donald Trump, would greatly impact either negatively or positively the economy, security and growth of Nigeria.

The United States of America is in a race to pick its next President and expectedly many nations around the world are paying attention because of the superpower’s ability to influence foreign policy.

The election of Democratic candidate, Joe Biden, or re-election of the Republican candidate, Donald Trump, would greatly impact either negatively or positively the economy, security and growth of Nigeria.

Joe BidenAFP – Getty Images

<p class="has-drop-cap" value="<amp-fit-text layout="fixed-height" min-font-size="6" max-font-size="72" height="80">Under Trump, Nigeria-America relations have been strained. In 2019, the President added Nigeria to a special watch list and a Muslim ban list, restricting travel and immigration from the most populous black nation in the world over terrorism concerns.Under Trump, Nigeria-America relations have been strained. In 2019, the President added Nigeria to a special watch list and a Muslim ban list, restricting travel and immigration from the most populous black nation in the world over terrorism concerns.

Trump’s administration has also openly antagonised Nigeria’s candidate for top global jobs – Akinwunmi Adesina of the Africa Development Bank was placed under investigation after a whistleblower alleged corruption, America backed his scrutiny despite the fact that he had been cleared by an independent panel.

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala is the latest to suffer from America’s disapproval in vying for the top job at the World Trade Organisation.

Despite receiving the support of the European Union and many member states, the USA said it would support South Korea’s Trade Minister, Yoo Myung-hee, because Okonjo-Iweala lacked hands-on experience.

America is Nigeria’s top oil buyer — Nigeria depends on oil to run. With oil prices crashing globally, and the Coronavirus pandemic affecting its economy, America is reducing imports from Nigeria.

In August 2020, the US announced that it had slashed its imports of Nigerian crude oil to 9.37 million barrels in the first five months of this year, 11.67 million barrels lower than what it bought in the same period of 2019.

The highest monthly volume of Nigerian crude purchased by the North American country so far this year was 2.12 million barrels, compared to 11.78 million barrels in 2019.

Its purchases plunged by 63.03 per cent in the first quarter of 2020 to 5.53 million barrels, compared to the last quarter of 2019 when it bought 15.07 million barrels from Nigeria.

It is unclear if this will change under Biden as he plans to restore America to the Paris Climate accord exited by Trump which would see the country moving away from non-renewable sources of energy as part of efforts to reduce global carbon emissions.

A visit to Joe Biden’s website shows that his foreign policy strategy plans to change Trump’s stance on a lot of the issues.

Biden says he will renew, “the United States’ mutually respectful engagement towards Africa with a bold strategy that reaffirms our commitment to supporting democratic institutions on the continent; advancing lasting peace and security; promoting economic growth, trade, and investment; and supporting sustainable development.”

He plans to achieve this by, “Asserting America’s commitment to shared prosperity, peace and security, democracy, and governance as foundational principles of U.S.-Africa engagement.

Restoring and reinvigorating diplomatic relations with African governments and regional institutions, including the African Union.

“Ensuring the U.S. Government and U.S. Foreign Service reflect the rich composition of the American citizenry, including African Diaspora professionals and

“Continuing the Young African Leaders Initiative and deepening America’s commitment to engage with Africa’s dynamic young leaders.”

On immigration, he said he would make America friendlier to immigrants in his first 100 days in office.

According to policy information provided on his campaign website, Biden said if elected as President of the United States of America, he will reverse the ban placed on countries such as Nigeria with predominantly Muslim population, which prevents them from immigrating to the US.

Recall that in February 2020, President Trump added Nigeria to a list of 13 nations facing stringent travel restrictions including Myanmar, Sudan, Kyrgyzstan, Eritrea, and Tanzania due to activities of extremist Islamic groups in the countries.

It bans citizens of these countries from moving to the United States through the diversity visa lottery, which grants green cards to as many as 50,000 people a year.

Biden, who is Trump’s biggest competition for the top job said he will, “end these policies, starting with Trump’s Migrant Protection Protocols, and restore our asylum laws so that they do what they should be designed to do – protect people fleeing persecution and who cannot return home safely.

“Biden will dramatically increase U.S. Government resources to support migrants awaiting assessment of their asylum claims and to the organisations providing for their needs.

“The Trump administration’s anti-Muslim bias hurts our economy, betrays our values, and can serve as a powerful terrorist recruiting tool. Prohibiting Muslims from entering the country is morally wrong, and there is no intelligence or evidence that suggests it makes our nation more secure. It is yet another abuse of power by the Trump administration designed to target primarily black and brown immigrants. Biden will immediately rescind the “Muslim bans.”

He also vowed to protect “Dreamers” — undocumented immigrants who were brought to the US as children but have been productive members of society by going to school or doing the US military.

“Dreamers and their parents should have a roadmap to citizenship through legislative immigration reform. But in the meantime, Biden will remove the uncertainty for Dreamers by reinstating the DACA program, and he will explore all legal options to protect their families from inhumane separation. Biden will also ensure Dreamers are eligible for federal student aid (loans, Pell grants) and are included in his proposals to provide access to community college without debt and invest in HBCU/Hispanic Serving Institution/Minority Serving Institutions, which will help Dreamers contribute even more to our economy,” it adds

As part of his plan for immigration, Biden said he would order an immediate review of Temporary Protected Status for vulnerable populations who cannot find safety in their countries ripped apart by violence or disaster.

He said the Trump Administration’s politically-motivated decisions to rescind protected status for hundreds of thousands of people fleeing countries impacted by war and natural disasters — without regard for current country conditions — is a recipe for disaster.

“Biden will protect TPS and Deferred Enforced Departure holders from being returned to countries that are unsafe. TPS/DED holders who have been in the country for an extended period of time and built lives in the U.S. will also be offered a path to citizenship through legislative immigration reform,” his website says.

The former US Vice President is also promising to reform the temporary visa system to eliminate limits on employment-based visas by country.

“High skilled temporary visas should not be used to disincentivize recruiting workers already in the U.S. for in-demand occupations. An immigration system that crowds out high-skilled workers in favour of only entry-level wages and skills threatens American innovation and competitiveness. Biden will work with congress to first reform temporary visas to establish a wage-based allocation process and establish enforcement mechanisms to ensure they are aligned with the labour market and not used to undermine wages. Then, Biden will support expanding the number of high-skilled visas and eliminating the limits on employment-based visas by country, which create unacceptably long backlogs,” according to his campaign organization

Biden said will revisit the Diversity Visa Lottery which the Trump “set his sights on abolishing” to ensure that immigrants everywhere have the chance of becoming US citizens.”

His stance on the matter, “This is a program that brings up to 50,000 immigrants from underrepresented countries to the U.S. each year. He has disparaged the system as a “horror show” and repeatedly misrepresents how the lottery is administered while demonizing and insulting with racist overtones those who receive the visas. Diversity preferences are essential to preserving a robust and vibrant immigration system. As president, Biden will reaffirm our core values and preserve the critical role of diversity preferences to ensure immigrants everywhere have the chance to legally become U.S. citizens.”

Adding that he would defend the naturalisation process for green card holders, “A Biden administration will streamline and improve the naturalization process to make it more accessible to qualified green card holders. The Trump Administration has made it far too difficult for qualifying green card holders to obtain citizenship. Quite simply, this is wrong. Biden will restore faith in the citizenship process by removing roadblocks to naturalization and obtaining the right to vote, addressing the application backlog by prioritizing the adjudication work stream and ensuring applications are processed quickly, and rejecting the imposition of unreasonable fees.”

Joe Biden also said he will create a new visa category, allowing cities in the US, who are struggling with shrinking populations to apply for immigrants who can come and support the region’s economic development strategy.

Nigeria has been struggling to end the Boko Haram Insurgency. When Biden was Vice President of the US, he spearheaded a number of interventions to help stop the activities of the terror group.

Under the Barack Obama administration, the US offered the Goodluck Jonathan administration to help rescue the Chibok schoolgirls in the early days of their abduction — a gesture turned down by the Nigerian Government.

Many of the girls remain in captivity seven years on.

It is expected that Biden would try to continue some of Obama’s policies on global terrorism and offer to help Nigeria win the war against terror.

Comments Flood Social Media Over What Biden Say He Will Do for Muslims in America if he Wins

Nigerians have flooded social media platforms with comments over what US Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden say he will do to all Muslims living in America should he win the Presidential election and become the next President of the United States.

Biden who is ahead in the polls told a group of Muslims that they should be proud of his lead, becouse if he becomes president, Islam will be treated equally to Christianity.

His words, “Be proud, be proud, I mean it. If I become president, I will treat Islam like every other confessional faith.”

As at penning this, Biden currently leads with 253 electoral votes or 264 if the 11 electoral votes from the southwestern state of Arizona are included.

He is thus 17 or just 6 short of the required 270 to be declared the winner.

His Republican opponent and incumbent President Donald Trump is already alleging fraud in the election.

He is demanding the halting of counting on the allegetion that votes were casted after polls were closed.

“STOP THE COUNT!” Trump tweeted on Thursday morning.

Nigerians have however continued to react to Biden’s promise to American Muslims with diverse opinions on social media.

See Comments Below.