Gondwana Collection Namibia, in their video, shows the country's great beauty - weeping desert dunes, starry skies and tourists enjoying a sunset beer overlooking the game reserve Photograph:( WION )
A game reserve in Nambia has slammed US president Donald Trump's alleged remark over African countries and made a video promoting the country.
The video called - "S***hole Nambia" - was made by the Gondwana Collection Namibia, which runs several game reserves in the southern African nation. It comes following Trump's comment over immigrants from Haiti and African nations, referring to some as "shithole countries".
"Why do we want all these people from Africa here? They're shithole countries ... We should have more people from Norway" he said. He further slammed the need for Haitians in the United States.
Gondwana Collection Namibia, in their video, shows the country's great beauty - weeping desert dunes, starry skies and tourists enjoying a sunset beer overlooking the game reserve.
"We would like to invite you to come to s***hole Namibia, one of the most beautiful s***hole countries out there," the faux-Trump voice-over says.
"Actually Namibia is such a s***hole country that we converted about 42 per cent of it into various conservation areas, where wild s***hole animals can roam freely," it continues, with stunning footage of ostriches and elephants.
"Not only is our country a s***hole place," the narrator continues, "even our elephants are highly qualified to dump large amounts of s*** everywhere."
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"You're more than welcome to visit Africa's number one s***hole country, known to your president as Nambia," it ends, in reference to another Trump gaffe.
The video has become a hit on social media - receiving thousands of views on Facebook and over 200,000 on Youtube.
A group of "extremely appalled" African countries earlier demanded that US President Donald Trump retract and apologise for his reported denunciation of immigration from "shithole" nations.
However, US President Donald Trump on Friday denied using the word "shithole" to describe Haiti and African countries, but kept up criticism of a Senate immigration plan that he said would force the United States to admit people from countries that "are doing badly."