Petition to The Nigerian Senate, Senator Bukola Saraki
SCREEN Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi NOW!
As a concerned Citizen of this great Country Nigeria, having watched and monitored the events that have characterized the Screening of the Former governor of Rivers State, Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi, who risked his life for this Change we all are seeing, whose Travel passport was seized prior to the General Election, who was ridiculed during his days as the governor of Rivers State, I have taken the final decision on behalf of other like minded patriots, which is that; Rt. Hon. Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi should be screened by the Senate, without any further Delay. The Screening of Amaechi has already been postponed twice. This delay tactic by the Senate is wholly unacceptable. We have waited patiently, but our patience has its limits. At this time in the history of our great nation, men like Amaechi are the arsenal needed for a progressive Development. The so called petition which was written by one Mr. Livingstone, who is a well known member of Peoples Democratic Party(PDP), has not been validated as true by any competent court of law. Even the organisation he purported to represent does not exist, as it could not be verified by the Corporate Affairs Commission. My fellow compatriot, we can no longer depend on deception. Furthermore, we are shocked to witness these unnecessary delays, even so when the DSS has confirmed Amaechi as fit to be a Minister of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. I Promise Uzoma Okoro, hereby through this petition, appeal to the 8th Senate, under the presidentship of Senator Abubaka Bukola Saraki,as a matter of urgency, to SCREEN and confirm Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi as a Minister of the Federal Republic of Nigeria come Tuesday 20th of October 2015. God bless Federal Republic of Nigeria.
Petition to Barack Obama, James F. Enwistle, Professor Adebowale Adefuye, Jefferey J. Hawkins
Accord Nigerians an Equal Opportunity and Fair Treatment during Visa Interviews.
According to an email correspondence with the U.S. Consulate in Lagos, “during student visa interviews, applicants must convince the interviewing consular officers that they qualify for a student visa. Through the course of the interview, visa officers determine whether the applicants meet the criteria necessary to qualify for a visa. These criteria include 1) that the applicants show they are genuine students, 2) that they have sufficient finances to cover the cost of their U.S. studies, and 3) that they have sufficient socio-economic and family ties to Nigeria that would compel them to return to Nigeria upon completion of their studies. Under U.S. law, students who fail to meet these qualifications are refused visas under Section 214(b) of the Immigration and Nationality Act. A written explanation is provided at the time of refusal. Please note that this refusal is not permanent but can be overcome if the applicant later demonstrates he/she is qualified during a future interview.” However, MANY students who qualify, have bonafide admissions at accredited U.S. Colleges, genuine intentions to study when they get to the U.S.A, necessary and verifiable documents, yet, have been given less than five minutes of interview moments, denied without basis and dismissed like someone with a contagious disease! Then, they are asked to RE-APPLY by paying ANOTHER SET OF FEES with NO GUARANTEE of securing the Visa at the second interview! This is appalling, inhumane and wrong to collect high visa fees from the applicants, and then treat them like animals, only to deny them the services for which they mostly qualify and have paid for. Again, I urge you to accord EVERY NIGERIAN an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY as well as a FAIR TREATMENT which Nigerians are not accorded during their interviews as well as: To treat every Nigerian with respect and dignity every human being deserves. To stop the poor service and callous treatment by the U.S Embassy staff. To eliminate the arbitrary nature of the interview process. To reflect a high level of courtesy, professionalism and efficiency that paying customers deserve. A right to check applicants have the required documents and if they meet the stated criteria by the Consulate, grant them the visa. To give the right to appeal with NO FEES to those denied Student Visas within a reasonable time frame. To re-invite and interview EVERYONE that has fallen victim to the fraudulent nature of being denied a Visa with no valid reasons within the past year and re-consider their applications with NO FEES. To respond to inquiries both over the telephone and via email with respect and not dismiss people unceremoniously. Maintain compliance with the Equal Opportunity Act and stop discriminatory acts against Nigerians. To comply with the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII). To comply with the Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA). Nigerians look forward to an improvement. It is imperative for the Consulate to institute comprehensive, long term and positive changes. Signed, Valentina O. Ibirogba Executive Director. Chances and Opportunities Inc. firstname.lastname@example.org
Petition to President of the United States
234 girls have been kidnapped in Nigeria by an emerging terrorist group called Boko Haram.
This is an absurd act of terror that cannot be allowed in any part of the world today. All we want from the United states government is to help us bring our children back #BringBackOurGirls and #BringBackOurDaughters
Petition to Ted Cruz, United States Senator from Texas
Senator Ted Cruz: Apologize for your offensive remarks to the Nigerian Community!
Senator Cruz may have personal issues with the president of the United States, but that is no reason for a senator to drag the Nigerian community into his childish, racist remarks made towards the POTUS. The Nigerian community is not perfect, but I do not know of any community that is. Despite all we go through, we are still prideful, determined, and hardworking people. Our Nigerian American population has made significant positive impacts in their years in the United States. From medical doctors and nurses, to superior court judges and lawyers, to professors and researchers, we work hard and are proud of what we have achieved. No one can take that away from us, not even a US senator from Texas.