Shaffie Weru has expressed concerns over the hard reality – Trump’s anti-terror immigration policy – that Americans are bound to witness by November, if the billionaire wins.
According to the celebrated showbiz personality, he can’t wrap his mind around what will happen to his daughter – Milan – given the ongoing USA campaigns.
He discloses that he is considering to have his daughter relocated to Kenya should Trump’s anti-terror immigration policy become real next year. This is because, from all indication, Trump may be American’s next president.
Shaffie told Pulse:
“Of course I am in the USA for business and it is obvious that I will have time with my daughter who relocated here a year ago. At the same time, I have been watching the political temperatures here too with Milan in mind. I have to sort things before Trump becomes president.”
While rounding up his speech at his party’s convention in Cleveland Ohio, Donald Trump, once again, revealed how he will block immigrants.
The Republican Party’s candidate gave a 75-minute anti-terror immigration policy speech. The speech touched different topics with some themes focusing on Africa.
Mr Trump talked about limiting immigration from countries that face challenges from terrorism. According to him:
“Lastly, and very importantly, we must immediately suspend immigration from any nation that has been compromised by terrorism until such time as proven vetting mechanisms have been put in place. We don’t want them in our country.”
It wasn’t the time to spell out the detail, but several African countries could be categorised as being “compromised by terrorism” including Nigeria, Kenya, Cameroon, Somalia, Libya, Tunisia and Mali, to name a few.
And having in mind that Kenya still has Al-shabaab to deal with, Shaffie feels Kenyans are among the affected countries and sees the need to start making plans ahead of time.
Since his trip, he has been speaking to several entertainment CEOs as he hopes to get some of the world’s greatest showbiz acts to come to Kenya.
“The meetings have been successful and you will expect good news when I come back. I have had a chance to open up entertainment deals with a number of key entertainment stables that are interested in investing money in Kenya. By the end of the two weeks that I am here, I will have covered a lot of ground,” Shaffie told Pulse.