The President of the National Coalition of Niger Delta Ex-Militants, NCNDE-A, Israel Akpodoro, has congratulated United States President-elect, Donald Trump, and the entire American population over the stunning victory recorded by the multimillionaire at the poll.

The message was contained in a statement signed and issued by the Coalition on Thursday in Abuja. The pro Buhari, ex-Militant leader noted that with the election of Trump, it’s a new dawn in global politics and an era of a new foreign policy direction for the Americans noting that the era of ‘norm’ in American politics has given way for change.

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The victory according to Akpodoro speaks of the perception of American electorates who he said are practically political and vibrant adding that the American population yearned for systemic change which they have expressed in one voice in the election of Trump who he described as a political green horn saying he is not a product of the establishment but from the business world.

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Trump’s presidency according to the Coalition would bring peaceful co-existence amongst the powerful nations of the world better than what the American conservatives had done in the past noting that Americans understand the need for a peaceful world and this they ushered in by electing a man whose focus is to unite the two ‘parallel’ political blocks in global politics.

To Americans, Akpodoro stated, they will sleep with their two eyes closed as against the politics of mudslinging of the democrats over the years adding that a republican Trump will right all the wrongs to ensure the dignity and respect for American citizens all over the world while adding that the congratulatory speech by Hillary Clinton, emphasises the mastery of democracy by the American political elites which the entire global community should strive to emulate saying, the third world nations should emulate politics without bitterness from the Americans.

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