The late Kenyan businessman Jacob Juma, who was murdered in cold blood in May this year, had prophesied a win for Republican Donald Trump in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
Jacob Juma had taken to his official social media platform Twitter (whose handle is @kabetes) to predict a win for Trump on May 4, saying: “America needs a rich man as its president. Billionaires are naturally hard-working, consistent and persistent persons.”
In another tweet posted on the same day, Juma said: “America’s Trump nightmare has arrived. Trump could actually be America’s next president. A man that demeans women and promotes violence.”
In another tweet posted on May 4, Trump wrote: “I hope @realDonaldTrump, a fellow businessman appoints a serious Ambassador to Kenya (if he wins U.S. presidency)…”
The late businessman had this to say about Democrat Hillary Clinton: “Sorry @HillaryClinton, I love you but if you can’t even handle @SenSanders, how will you manage @realDonaldTrump? Trump is battle hardened.”
In another tweet Juma firmly expressed his support for Donald Trump candidacy in the 2016 U.S. elections. He said: “It is now certain that @realDonaldTrump will be the next U.S. President. Whether @POTUS (Barack Obama) likes it or not. I will work with Trump as a colleague.”
In many projections shared to citizens by American media houses Wednesday, November 9, Donald Trump is on his way to becoming America’s 45th president, leading to huge anxiety among Democrat supporters.
Clinton trailed Trump in the race to White House as at 9:00am Wednesday, November 9, after she garnered 215 electoral votes, compared to Trump’s 244, with 79 electoral votes still up for grabs.