Donald Trump, The United States of American’s President has commended some Nigerians who has come out virtually to support him amid the US Election.
H-Forbes gathered that some Nigerians has organised a parade to prove solidarity in the nation, Nigeria, which Trump described as a great honour.
Trump announced this on Tuesday when he shared a video of the parade on his official Twitter handle @realDonaldTrump which he had tagged “A parade for me in Nigeria, a great honor!”
The video has proved a procession of men and women who sang different victory songs during intense drumming, all in support of the Republican candidate Donald Trump in today’s US Election.
In the video, it was seen that supporters of the Republican candidate were all waving the American flags and placards with different inscriptions which include, “Trump 2020.”
“A Parade for me in Nigeria, a great honor! watch video here pic.twitter.com/EHiSQMFvSZ
-Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump)
What you should know
All Americans headed to the poll today to decide who their next President will emerge either Republican Donald Trump or Democrat Joe Biden. But its crystal clear that all Nigerians are somuch interested in the out come of US Election.
Nigerian’s voice in US Election
Nigerian’s obviously appear to have different choices regarding the US Election as they posted different views via there social media. While other Nigeria citizens declared their genuine support for Republican, Trump, other for Democrat Joe Biden.
For example, former Aviation Minister of Nigeria, Femi Fani-Kayode, tweeted;
“All eyes are on America for the Presidential Election. The outcome will ofcourse design the events of the world for the next 50 years and will affect every single one of the 7.5 billion people on earth. I pray for Donald Trump. America needs him and the world needs him.”
A social critic, Gimba Kakanda, Tweeted saying, “As a Nigerian, I feel utterly embarrassed by this circus. This is not a reflection of Trump’s popularity in Nigeria, for those that are curious.”
“We are a country of about 200 million people, and not one to endorse a far-right demagogue.
-Gimba Kakanda @gimba Kakanda.
Dr, Tayo Oyedeji, who is the Founder, Overwood.ng, Tweeted, “I have seen enough. Hello, President Biden.”
“I have seen enough.
Hello, President Biden.
-Dr. Tayo Oyedeji, @tayooye.