Protest For Nigeria sign now

Dear Sir/Ma

Part of Nigerias biggest problem is capital flight, occasioned by massive top level corruption. At present, The World Bank estimates the countrys generals and gangster politicians stole $300 billion in the three decades to 2006(Time Magazine, May 3rd 2010 Edition, Page 42). These stolen funds are usually kept in European, American and other oversea banks, while some are used to buy properties in the same countries. The cumulative effects, being high unemployment, poverty, crimes, insecurity and the near collapse of the entire Nigerian system. Little wonder United Kingdom Guardian Newspapers of Thursday November 27th 2008 page 23, grouped Nigeria among the list of 20 failed states. A failed Nigeria, with a population of about 150 million will be the greatest challenge for the international community.

Therefore, time to take action is now. Kindly use your good office to effect a policy change that will deny corrupt Nigerian officials and their family members, access to your country. Where such law exists like the, United States Presidential Proclamation 7750 of January 12, 2004, authorities should commence full enforcement. Those on dual citizenship with your country should be placed on crime watch lists. Investigate properly every money transfer originating from Nigeria to, or through your country/banks. For lists of corrupt Nigerian officials, please contact your embassy in Nigeria, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC), and Interpol. Furthermore, sign an extradition treaty with Nigeria if none exists.

This is a non governmental, but a citizens/groups led request for your governments assistance. The Nigerian masses will be highly grateful if your government could oblige the above request.

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Latest Signatures

  • 10 June 201550. Ogochukwu O
    Please help Nigeria
  • 25 May 201549. Cvakuta Bentley
    I support this petition
  • 30 April 201548. Paul O
    We want a corruption free Nigeria
  • 24 October 201447. Jennifer E
    Nigeria needs to be freed from its corrupt leaders
  • 25 June 201446. Emma Mckinney
    I support this petition
  • 13 June 201445. Michael E
    great effort , we have to try and save our country
  • 10 February 201444. Ifeyinwa E
    Help us to help ourselves
  • 10 January 201443. Emeka N
    I support this petition
  • 01 October 201342. Daniel E
    I support this petition
  • 28 September 201341. Ife A
    I support this petition
  • 17 August 201340. Onwumere Fitzpatrick
    These people should be encouraged to invest their loots in Nigeria to create jobs and modernized the infrastructures of the Nation.These selfish idiots build the best hospitals and hotels in South Africa and other countries thereby exporting jobs and live
  • 17 July 201339. Oformaezi E
    This is our opportune moment! President Obama, my good friend is ready to help us fight against corruption. We shall succeed, by The Grace Of The Almighty! (CHI NKE AYI EFOGO); Our dawn has come. Babangida and his group, who are even committing other havo
  • 02 July 201338. Tai S
    We just need to keep complain about corrupted Nigerians
  • 04 June 201337. Metulukuro Olorunwam
    I support this petition
  • 23 January 201336. Abel A
    this is a laudable cause and i am all for 100\%. the first step to fighting corruption is to make money laundary pretty hard for the launderers.
  • 18 October 201235. Maranatha Henson
    I support this petition
  • 31 August 201234. Adam Zuniga
    I support this petition
  • 12 August 201233. Uche O
    Pls save Nigeria
  • 24 July 201232. Comrade Davida
    The protest is ok and will register significant impacts
  • 18 July 201231. Timothy Dokpesia
    I support this petition
  • 21 May 201230. Odili Nathanielt
    I support this petition
  • 02 April 201229. Uche Peteru
    Fully support the petition
  • 29 January 201228. Engr Dona
    This is a very good idea, worthy of support by all well-meaning Nigerians worldwide.
  • 30 November 201127. Peter C
    I support the call to ban all past and serving political and top civil servants who collaborate to loot my country funds to their private pockets from travelling outside Nigeria.
  • 24 October 201126. Alh Abubakara
    These rogues should be banned for life from any public office. They should be made to vomit all they have stolen from the treasury.
  • 06 October 201125. Dayo Price
    I fully support the move, it is high time we fight for our selves.
  • 01 August 201124. Ugochukwu E
    This gesture will go a long way in helping Nigeria break free from the shackles of corruption...Please partner with us.

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Lonnie FranklinBy:
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Petition target:
U.S. President,U.S. Congress,U.K. Prime Minister,British & European Union Parliaments,NGOs,The Press.


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