- Peter Udoakang is an artist who painted a portrait of President Donald Trump because he wanted to bring him closer to the people of Nigeria
- The 23-year-old Nigerian man says Trump's approach to governing appeals to the people of this country
- In the portrait, Trump was decked in gold-trimmed red agbada and the piece of art was hung on a wall in a Lagos restaurant
A Nigerian artiste identified as Peter Udoakang has made a portrait of President Donald Trump in agbada, a flowing robe worn by Yoruba men.
The portrait of the United States president and candidate of the Republican Party in the presidential election was hung on a wall in a posh eatery in Lagos state, Reuters reports.
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Legit.ng notes that the 23-year-old artist said he painted President Trump to bring him closer to Nigerians.
President Trump has a lot of supporters in Nigeria and some of them have made their views known on why they are supporting the 74-year-old politician.
Udoakang said President Trump’s “radical” approach to governing appealed to Nigerians, who are used to working hard in a tough economy to survive.
Apart from Udoakang who spoke highly of the US president, a driver identified as Michael Onyeonoro said Nigeria needs a leader like President Trump.
“If we have a person like Trump...Nigeria will be a better place to stay. There will be no need of going outside the country.”
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Sinach is an award-winning Nigerian gospel artist whose hit song has been translated to over 50 languages and covered by many artists globally.
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