Joel Savage en Lifestyle, Communications and journalism, Social Media Freelance Journalist, writer and author • A MIXTURE OF PERIODICALS 10/11/2016 · 1 min de lectura · +200

WARNING! DONALD TRUMP HAS NO ROOM TO ACCOMMODATE CORRUPT AFRICAN POLITICIANS

WARNING! DONALD TRUMP HAS NO ROOM TO ACCOMMODATE CORRUPT AFRICAN POLITICIANS

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If Donald Trump says America is corrupt and Hillary Clinton is the most corrupt person ever, then it's easy for him to say that African leaders are corrupt because corruption is 'manufactured' in Africa


Donald Trump promised to get rid of corruption if he wins. This is because he is aware that America is infested with the corruption virus. Trump further said that
Hillary Clinton is the "most corrupt person ever" to contest for US presidency and said her election to the White House would trigger an unmatched constitutional crisis in the US. He has now won the elections. 

Trump branding his country corrupt means he has no room to accommodate corrupt African leaders if he takes office because years after independent swept through Africa, corrupt African leaders have shown their incompetence and continue depending on European and American leaders.

According to Trump, "African leaders oppress their people. He said further that African leaders are greedy and do not care about the people. African leaders can't lead by example and only interested in accumulating wealth from poor taxpayers." 

Is Donald Trump right? Imagine decades after independence swept through Africa, the continent's development remains stagnant with the lack of drinking water, health facilities, underground drainage systems etc, despite the vast natural resources the continent has.  

In another development, one senator Gershom Bassey of PDP-Cross River South lamented over Trump's calling Africans as lazy fools and only good for love making. The truth is every European or American leader can say anything they like about Africa because we deserve it. The leaders gave them the chance.

What do African leaders and Africans expect to hear when the ent