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How I Watched Donald Trump Emerge President of the United States of America

This was how I spent the night of November 8 and early morning of November 9 (Nigerian time) with eminent young people in Abuja like Blossom Ozurumba, Hamza Lawal, Oscar Ogedegbe, Kingsley Onyenkachi, Ame Zion, Rachel Bakam, Amb. John Fashanu and others not in pictures here. 

It was a delightful evening of fun, comedy, dinners, cocktails, dance and music amidst anxiety as  voting was taking place in America. We watched the media projections and it was fun until the results were finally released announcing Trump as President elect. Americans have made history once again.

Thanks to the US Embassy in Abuja for the invitation. #end 


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