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Employment History

President
United States

Position, Oval Office

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Obama is the President of ...

www.eastandard.net [cached]

Obama is the President of America and not the President of Kenya. Yes, he may increase funding to Kenya and other African countries but he cannot meddle in local affairs. ...

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Keziah Obama: My life with Obama Senior
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A few days later, I married him," Keziah says, her face beaming with nostalgia.
"He paid 14 cows as dowry which were delivered in two batches. This was because he loved me greatly," she says.
As she spoke, Obama was to meet US President George W Bush in the White House for consultations ahead of his inauguration on January 20. First Lady Laura was to show Michelle around their soon-to-be residence.
Obama made history by winning the US elections on November 4, becoming the first African-American to serve in the Oval Office.
And back in Kogelo, Keziah was telling this reporter about her first meeting with Obama Senior.
...
Keziah says she was "delighted to see him" and that they have since communicated on a number of occasions.
"When I look at my stepson (US President-elect Obama) he reminds me of his father. They share very many characteristics. Like father, like son, I would say," she says.
"He was forthright and loved the truth. This is what I am seeing in his son," Keziah says, adding that just like Barack, his father was a great speaker, out-going, colourful and intelligent.
"I never had a dull moment with him. He liked fun and loved good things. This is why I was not surprised when I heard that he had married a second wife in the US," she quips.
Keziah explains how Obama her husband was such a great dancer that he often took her out for live band performances to as far as Kendu Bay.
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Keziah says she was happy to have a co-wife, and her husband kept her updated. He informed her when Barack Obama Junior was born.
She says that despite her husband marrying another woman in the US, she still loved him.
"He used to send me gifts, money and clothes through the post office. Many people envied me," she said.
"He returned to Kenya at the end of 1964 and we moved to live in Shauri Moyo estate in Nairobi," she says. She got two more sons — Mustapha Nyandega and Sadik Otieno born in 1968 and 1971 respectively.
Life continued to be good for them until things took a different turn in 1984 when her husband died in a road accident in Nairobi.
Keziah says she was devastated and that from then on, life was never the same for her. For example, she had to relocate to be with her daughter Auma in United Kingdom where she has been undergoing treatment.


The Muslim News

muslimnews.co.uk [cached]

United States President Barack Obama has made foreign policy decisions the key focus of his second day in office.

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Kenya: Keziah Obama: My life with Obama Senior


I hope Kenya will be beter ...

www.eastandard.net [cached]

I hope Kenya will be beter off politically, socially and economically with President Obama at the helm. Obama is a different cup of tea from Bush.Bush messed up the world and almost destroyed the giant US economy. Good riddance. The K ...

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Keziah Obama: My life with Obama Senior
...
A few days later, I married him," Keziah says, her face beaming with nostalgia.
"He paid 14 cows as dowry which were delivered in two batches. This was because he loved me greatly," she says.
As she spoke, Obama was to meet US President George W Bush in the White House for consultations ahead of his inauguration on January 20. First Lady Laura was to show Michelle around their soon-to-be residence.
Obama made history by winning the US elections on November 4, becoming the first African-American to serve in the Oval Office.
And back in Kogelo, Keziah was telling this reporter about her first meeting with Obama Senior.
...
Keziah says she was "delighted to see him" and that they have since communicated on a number of occasions.
"When I look at my stepson (US President-elect Obama) he reminds me of his father. They share very many characteristics. Like father, like son, I would say," she says.
"He was forthright and loved the truth. This is what I am seeing in his son," Keziah says, adding that just like Barack, his father was a great speaker, out-going, colourful and intelligent.
"I never had a dull moment with him. He liked fun and loved good things. This is why I was not surprised when I heard that he had married a second wife in the US," she quips.
Keziah explains how Obama her husband was such a great dancer that he often took her out for live band performances to as far as Kendu Bay.
...
Keziah says she was happy to have a co-wife, and her husband kept her updated. He informed her when Barack Obama Junior was born.
She says that despite her husband marrying another woman in the US, she still loved him.
"He used to send me gifts, money and clothes through the post office. Many people envied me," she said.
"He returned to Kenya at the end of 1964 and we moved to live in Shauri Moyo estate in Nairobi," she says. She got two more sons — Mustapha Nyandega and Sadik Otieno born in 1968 and 1971 respectively.
Life continued to be good for them until things took a different turn in 1984 when her husband died in a road accident in Nairobi.
Keziah says she was devastated and that from then on, life was never the same for her. For example, she had to relocate to be with her daughter Auma in United Kingdom where she has been undergoing treatment.


Keziah Obama: My life with ...

www.eastandard.net [cached]

Keziah Obama: My life with Obama Senior

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A few days later, I married him," Keziah says, her face beaming with nostalgia.
"He paid 14 cows as dowry which were delivered in two batches. This was because he loved me greatly," she says.
As she spoke, Obama was to meet US President George W Bush in the White House for consultations ahead of his inauguration on January 20. First Lady Laura was to show Michelle around their soon-to-be residence.
Obama made history by winning the US elections on November 4, becoming the first African-American to serve in the Oval Office.
And back in Kogelo, Keziah was telling this reporter about her first meeting with Obama Senior.
...
Keziah says she was "delighted to see him" and that they have since communicated on a number of occasions.
"When I look at my stepson (US President-elect Obama) he reminds me of his father. They share very many characteristics. Like father, like son, I would say," she says.
"He was forthright and loved the truth. This is what I am seeing in his son," Keziah says, adding that just like Barack, his father was a great speaker, out-going, colourful and intelligent.
"I never had a dull moment with him. He liked fun and loved good things. This is why I was not surprised when I heard that he had married a second wife in the US," she quips.
Keziah explains how Obama her husband was such a great dancer that he often took her out for live band performances to as far as Kendu Bay.
...
Keziah says she was happy to have a co-wife, and her husband kept her updated. He informed her when Barack Obama Junior was born.
She says that despite her husband marrying another woman in the US, she still loved him.
"He used to send me gifts, money and clothes through the post office. Many people envied me," she said.
"He returned to Kenya at the end of 1964 and we moved to live in Shauri Moyo estate in Nairobi," she says. She got two more sons — Mustapha Nyandega and Sadik Otieno born in 1968 and 1971 respectively.
Life continued to be good for them until things took a different turn in 1984 when her husband died in a road accident in Nairobi.
Keziah says she was devastated and that from then on, life was never the same for her. For example, she had to relocate to be with her daughter Auma in United Kingdom where she has been undergoing treatment.


Kenya: Keziah Obama: My life ...

muslimnews.co.uk [cached]

Kenya: Keziah Obama: My life with Obama Senior

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Kenya: Keziah Obama: My life with Obama Senior
...
A few days later, I married him," Keziah says, her face beaming with nostalgia.
"He paid 14 cows as dowry which were delivered in two batches. This was because he loved me greatly," she says.
As she spoke, Obama was to meet US President George W Bush in the White House for consultations ahead of his inauguration on January 20. First Lady Laura was to show Michelle around their soon-to-be residence.
Obama made history by winning the US elections on November 4, becoming the first African-American to serve in the Oval Office.
And back in Kogelo, Keziah was telling this reporter about her first meeting with Obama Senior.
...
Keziah says she was "delighted to see him" and that they have since communicated on a number of occasions.
"When I look at my stepson (US President-elect Obama) he reminds me of his father. They share very many characteristics. Like father, like son, I would say," she says.
"He was forthright and loved the truth. This is what I am seeing in his son," Keziah says, adding that just like Barack, his father was a great speaker, out-going, colourful and intelligent.
"I never had a dull moment with him. He liked fun and loved good things. This is why I was not surprised when I heard that he had married a second wife in the US," she quips.
Keziah explains how Obama her husband was such a great dancer that he often took her out for live band performances to as far as Kendu Bay.
...
Keziah says she was happy to have a co-wife, and her husband kept her updated. He informed her when Barack Obama Junior was born.
She says that despite her husband marrying another woman in the US, she still loved him.
"He used to send me gifts, money and clothes through the post office. Many people envied me," she said.
"He returned to Kenya at the end of 1964 and we moved to live in Shauri Moyo estate in Nairobi," she says. She got two more sons — Mustapha Nyandega and Sadik Otieno born in 1968 and 1971 respectively.
Life continued to be good for them until things took a different turn in 1984 when her husband died in a road accident in Nairobi.
Keziah says she was devastated and that from then on, life was never the same for her. For example, she had to relocate to be with her daughter Auma in United Kingdom where she has been undergoing treatment.

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