Trump calls off Chicago rally due to violence

Republican frontrunner Donald Trump had to call off a rally when violence erupted between his supporters who had come for the rally and anti-Trump protesters who were protesting against Mr Trump at the scene.

Democracy is best practiced not by use of violence to determine a decision, but by respect of the will of the voters.

For more details and photos of the violent clashes click this article I linked to: Trump calls off Chicago rally following violent clashes – BBC News


Meet the American migrants, including Muslims who strongly support Trump (why they do)

US Republican front-runner Donald Trump has said many things that many Muslims and other migrants in America have condemned as being targeted against them.

While the condemnations are sometimes so strong that you wouldn’t expect to find any meaningful support in these communities for Trump, there is surprisingly a sizable amount of support for The Donald among these groups.

Read all about it in this article I linked to: Meet the Muslims, Sikhs and Hindus supporting Trump – BBC News

Health News

President Buhari Wins Award For Successful Fight Against Polio 

Nigeria’s President Buhari has been presented with an award, the Polio Championships Award for his efforts to ensure the eradication of polio, a disease which often paralyses, and sometimes kills its victims.

Although past Nigerian administrations have indeed done a lot to ensure that Nigeria is currently polio-free, President Buhari’s efforts are especially noteworthy, as he showed great public commitment to the fight against the disease by actions like immunising his young daughter in his village, a move which encouraged many to bring out their wards for immunization.

Due to moves like Buhari’s efforts, there has not been a case of polio in Nigeria since 2014, even as more  efforts to ensure the permanent absence of polio in Nigeria has been urged.

The award which was given to Buhari by Rotary International, has been won by such past world leaders as Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan; Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany; David Cameron, Prime Minister of Britain; Enda Kenny, Prime Minister of Ireland; and Ban Ki-moon, UN Secretary General.

Congrats President Buhari, and please do more so that you can write your name in more gold, add more feathers to your cap and make your supporters and other Nigerians more and more proud.

Read more on the award here:


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