U.S. lobbyist Steve Bassett has revealed that the White House is going to announce the existence of aliens soon. 

Bassett told Express in an exclusive interview that Obama will make the announcement before he leaves the Oval Office.

"We are going to get disclosure this year. I am not sure who will win the election, but I think Obama will be the disclosure president. He will be looking at a Nobel Prize for making an announcement like that. I am 85 per cent sure Obama will make the announcement before he leaves office and within days your Prime Minister David Cameron will follow," he said.

A former CIA agent who refused to be identified also confirmed the existence of aliens on Earth. According to Space News, the agent underwent signal training course, as part of the CIA operative. During which, he said he has worked with aliens in devising innovative technology and devices.

He also revealed that he, together with higher officials have personally visited Area 51 a couple of times.

Area 51 is a United States Air Force facility located about 90 miles north of Las Vegas, Nevada. TIME notes that conspiracy theorists dub it as a "secret" military base where remains of crashed UFO spacecrafts are stored at the secretive area, including the infamous alien spacecraft that crashed in Roswell, N.M.

President Barack Obama's refusal to out right deny the existence of aliens in interviews have fueled the speculations that Area 51 controversy is real.

Express quoted one expert who believes disclosure of aliens is near. The conspiracists said: "Whenever a US president or senior official is put on the spot they get this smile and say something like 'I couldn't tell you even if I knew'...or something like that. You will never get a total denial, but it is a double bluff.

Furthermore, Hilary Clinton who ran for presidency last election vowed in January that she will send a task force to Area 51 to verify the rumors.