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Esther Passaris Compares Herself to Kamala Harris and KoT Can’t Let Her Breathe

Passaris Kamala Harris
Passaris Kamala Harris

(KDRTV) – Nairobi Woman Rep Esther Passaris has found herself in trouble with netizens after comparing herself to US Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris.

On Monday, Passaris revealed how she was introduced to the American politician by her persuasion coach a few years ago.

“A few years ago my persuasion coach  @JulietErickson_ said I reminded her of a US Senator called Kamala Harris. I had no idea who she was, but I was told she had Presidential ambitions and that we were both born on 20th Oct 1964. So I started paying attention to Kamala’s career,”  she said.

The Kenyan lawmaker credited Harris, who made history as the first Black-American woman and female person to be elected Vice President, with inspiring not just Americans but also women from other parts of the world.

She also had a few good words to say to Joe Biden, the President-Elect, thanking him for choosing a woman running mate.

“Thank you  Joe Biden for the vote of confidence in women. History was made because you wanted to be part of the change needed to fight historical wrongs,” she added.

However, brutal netizens saying she cannot compare herself to Harris.

The American woman’s path to glory is well documented, starting as a prosecutor before becoming an attorney and later switching to politics in 2016. Passaris career trajectory is unknown.

 

 

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