A parade in Nigeria recently broke out to support President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign. It came less than six months after Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said black Americans “ain’t black” if they don’t vote for him.
The incumbent president shared video footage of the celebration in his honor Tuesday afternoon, Election Day in the United States.
It appears the faith-based parade and prayer rally was held Oct. 25 at the behest of the Rev. Daddy Hezekiah, founder of the Living Christ Mission, Inc., a Nigerian church.
Trump has been bullish about his efforts within the black community.
On Tuesday, he told reporters at his campaign headquarters in Arlington, Virginia: “Nobody’s done what I’ve done in terms of the African American community. And they see it. And they’re tired of being used by the Democrats for 100 years.”
He has also touted his so-called Platinum Plan, an initiative to invest $500 billion into black communities around the country.
By contrast, Biden said in late May, during an appearance on “The Breakfast Club” with host Charlamagne tha God, that black Americans who don’t vote for him “ain’t black.”