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Donald Trump IPOB congratulates US President-elect

The group also said that America would become great again under Donald Trump’s leadership.

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Republican presidential-elect Donald Trump (right) shakes hands with vice president-elect Mike Pence during a post election party in New York, on November 9, 2016 play

Republican presidential-elect Donald Trump (right) shakes hands with vice president-elect Mike Pence during a post election party in New York, on November 9, 2016

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The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has congratulated US President-elect, Donald Trump on his election victory.

The group also said that America would become great again under Trump’s leadership.

IPOB made the comments via a statement released by spokesperson, Emma Powerful.

The statement reads:

“The IPOB under the command structure of Mazi Nnamd Kanu the director of radio and Biafra television thank the good people of America and Republican party who challenged the incumbent president of Barack Obama and the democratic party to a standstill and defeated them to the landslide winning.”

“Furthermore, we thank God Almighty (Chukwu okike Abiama) who made it to be possible because if it is the wish of some power brokers and some party members in America, it will not be possible.

“Mr Donald Trump passed through so many trials and so many odds from the leadership of the party but God Almighty made it possible for him to become the president of United States of America USA, not man.

“However, he should also remember his promises to the people of America and other people across the globe because USA is going to be great again by the power of God Almighty who selected him from the mist of millions in America.

“Therefore, we wish him successful handover and best luck in his days in the oval office at the white house. We pray to God Almighty (Chukwu Okike Abiama) to guide and protect USA and Donald Trump the newly elected president. GOD BLESS AMERICA AND DONALD TRUMP.”

ALSO READ: Donald Trump wins 2016 US presidential poll

Trump was declared winner of the November 8 elections after defeating Democrat, Hillary Clinton.

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