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Meet The Africans Who Dearly Love United States President, Donald Trump

Detested by many, cherished by few. In as much as the larger part of Africans have a thousand and one motivations to detest the present President of the United States of America, Donald Trump, many really appreciate him for reasons best known to them.

In this article, we take a gander at a few Africans who have gladly turned out to voice or demonstrate their love for this disputable character.

Have a look at the list below.

Donald Trump Business Center in Obama’s fatherland

Donald Trump Business Centre — Photo via Twitter

Located in Eastleigh, Nairobi – Kenya, this business center is named after the current U.S. President. Seems like the shop owner is a huge fan. Or could it be President Trump is a shareholder?

How about naming your newborn son after Donald Trump?

Baby Donald Trump plays with his mother in Kisumu, Kenya. Photo Credit: The Nation

Believe it or not, a couple in Kisumu, Kenya have named their son after the “orange man”.  According to the Nation, Felix Otieno and his wife Lorna Akoth chose that name for their son because they admire Donald Trump’s “principles”. Justifiable?

Malik “the betrayer” Obama

Malik Obama (Left), Barack Obama’s half-brother

Well, ex-President Barack Obama’s half-brother Malik Obama openly endorsed and declared support for the then Republican Party Presidential Candidate Donald Trump. He also confirmed he was going to vote for him and even accepted Trump’s invitation to attend the final presidential debate with Hillary Clinton.

Donald Trump acknowledging Malik Obama’s support on his personal Twitter page

For the record, Malik, who ran for a governorship position in his home country of Kenya in 2013 and lost, called Trump the “white Malcolm X”.

Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) behind Trump

IPOB supporters at the Trump solidarity rally — Photo Credit: mynationnews.com

This Nigerian separatist group openly voiced their support for candidate Trump and went ahead to hold a rally after his election as president to congratulate him. The IPOB, led by Nnamdi Kanu believe Trump will back their fight for an independent Biafra.

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