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The Peoples Democratic Party has congratulated the President-elect of the United States of America, Donald Trump, who was the morning declared the winner of the most keenly contested presidential election in the history of America.

A statement by the National Publicity Secretary of the party, Dayo Adeyeye read ” We congratulate Mr Donald J. Trump on his emergence as the President-elect of the United States of America after his historic victory at the US Presidential Elections. Mr Trump victory came against many odds and shows the strength of democracy in the US.

” We commend Secretary Hillary Clinton on her hard-fought campaigns. She showed herself as a role model for young men, women and children all over the world.

” The campaigns that preceded these elections has been hard fought and  sometimes fractious in a manner that has taken its toll on the American people.

We urge President-Elect Trump to move quickly to heal the divides and to reassure all Americans, particularly its minorities, that his administration will pursue policies and programmes that protects and promotes all their constitutional rights and freedoms. ”

We also urge President-Elect Trump to quickly formulate policies that will ensure a mutually beneficial relationship between the US and Africa in general, and Nigeria in particular. At this time, the US and Nigeria must work harder to deepen mutual security and economic interests. ”

May God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria. May God bless the United States of Nigeria.”

Mr Trump defeated his opponent, Hillary Clinton to emerge the winner after a campaign that saw both candidates trade insults and banters both directly and indirectly.

Trump secured over 270 electoral votes, the majority of the 538 electors in the electoral college, enough to effectively make him the President-elect.

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