- Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will be officially sworn-in as the next US president and vice president on January 20
- To celebrate this great victory, Nigerians have designed Aso-Ebi for the inauguration ceremony
- The customised fabric was revealed in a video by two men who reside in the United States
As Americans get ready for a new era under the Joe Biden-Kamala Harris administration, Nigerians living in the US have taken the January 20 inauguration very seriously as they unveiled a colourful “Aso-Ebi” for the event.
According to a tweet shared by TVC News, two Nigerian men residing in the US showed off the customised fabric that was made in celebration of Biden's victory as the next American leader.
In the viral post, the excited men are seen hyping the fabric that has photos of the incoming president and vice president as well as "Biden & Harris Victory Party" imprinted on it.
The men stated that they are sending the fabrics to their tailors to make them a befitting outfit to be worn for the ceremony.
Watch the video below:
Legit.ng recalls that the United States on Thursday, January 7, finally confirmed the Electoral College victory of President-elect Biden after several hours of debate halted by some pro-Trump supporters who stormed Capitol Hill.
The eventual counting revealed that Biden and Kamala Harris have the 270-threshold required to clinch power.
Added to this, objections to drop Georgia, Arizona, Nevada, Michigan, and Pennsylvania's electoral votes for Biden were dismissed by the Senate and the House of Congress.
Donald Trump promises orderly transition
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Donald Trump had promised he would ensure a smooth and orderly transition into the new presidency slated for Wednesday, January 20.
The embattled and enraged president made this known in a statement he released on Thursday, January 7, after Biden, 78, was officially certified as the next president of the United States.
This was disclosed by Dan Scavino, White House deputy chief of staff for communications and director of social media, in a tweet.
Trumps says he'll not attend Joe Biden's inauguration
In a related development, Trump announced that he will not attend the inauguration of Biden as the new president of the United States.
The incumbent president made this known in a tweet on his Twitter handle on Friday, January 8, hours after the ban on his account was lifted.
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