Barack Obama’s grandmother has urged the future occupant of the White House to follow the footsteps of her grandson. Reactions have been fired everywhere since the victory of Donald Trump in the American presidential election.
This time around it was the US President Barack Obama’s grandmother from Kenya, Sarah Obama, who called on president-elect Donald Trump to continue on the path of her grandson and also to think and rethink his immigration policy.
“There is the notion that immigrants must be deported, they are all children of God. Now that he wants to deport the Kenyans, it means that Americans living in other countries should also be deported. This should not be the case, “said Obama.
President Obama and Trump met on Thursday in the White House. Barack Obama reported an excellent conversation after receiving Trump for 90 minutes in the Oval Office. Donald Trump will succeed him on January 20, 2017.
On Tuesday, the world was surprised by the victory of the Republican candidate with 290 large voters well ahead of Democrat Hillary Clinton who collected 228 points.
By Soter Tarh Agbaw-Ebai