Narok optimistic of good relations with Trump
Kenyans have expressed mixed reactions over former United States President Barrack Obama’s two term leadership and expectations of the Donald J. Trump administration.
Business people in Narok say Obama, who has Kenyan roots, played a key role in making sure Kenya is recognized globally and that this has boosted business in the country and especially in tourism sector.
Others are optimistic that Trump will work closely with other nations and desist from making true his threats against immigrants and poor nations.
Some say Obama will be remembered for boosting security especially against Al Shabaab extremists who have threatened Kenyan peace.
Others blamed Obama’s administration over invasion of Libya which left the North African country in shambles.
Some described Trump as an abusive leader with ill intention against Africans further alleging a stolen victory against former running mate Hillary Clinton in respect to previous analysis.
The world would be waiting to see which country Trump will first tour in Africa and the type of reception he will receive.
Written Erick Kombo
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