Nairobi, January 25, A few hours after Donald Trump assumed office as the POTUS, he immediately got into serious business.
Throughout the campaign period, he promised that he would start fulfilling his promises as soon as he was inaugurated.
Among other things he froze the hiring of Federal civilian employees, authorized United States permanent withdrawal as a signatory to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and barred the U.S. government funding overseas organizations that fund abortion.
Surprisingly , Nairobi received some unexpected visitors on Wednesday January 25.
Some 90 Somalis and two Kenyans arrived at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. Though it was not clear under what circumstances the 92 people were deported, the Government Spokesman Eric Kiraithe and Airport/ Immigration officials confirmed the incidence.
Trump had promised that he would deport illegal immigrants to enhance the U.S. National Security.
Some of the skeptics found several of Trump’s promises far-fetched or disturbing to say the least.
However, minutes after taking the oath of office, Trump had reiterated his unwavering desire to stay true to his word.
In his inauguration speech, Trump recapitulated “I will not disappoint you” a message that was seen to remind his supporters that he would keep his promises.