Kenyan socialite, Huddah Monroe has stated that Africans live better lives than most Americans.
She made this known in reaction to a new policy issued by the Trump administration.
The policy states that children born in the US to non-citizens will no longer get automatic citizenship.
However, the policy which will come into effect on October 29, stipulates that for citizenship to be granted to a child born in the US, the parents must spent 6 weeks in the country before the delivery of the child.
A part of the statement issued by the US Citizenship and Immigration Council shows that even US citizens are affected by the new policy.
“Effective October 29, 2019, children residing abroad with their U.S. citizen parents who are U.S. government employees or members of the U.S. armed forces stationed abroad are not considered to be residing in the United States for acquisition of citizenship.
“Similarly, leave taken in the United States while stationed abroad is not considered residing in the United States even if the person is staying in property he or she owns. Read more HERE
Reacting to the policy, Huddah Monroe stated that it shouldn’t be a call for huge concern because America is not a bed of roses.
She added that Africans live better lives than most Americans whom she say live on credit.