That’s right! OUR President Barack, is still out here doing good for the world!
Yesterday, Mr. Obama took a trip to his fathers home village in Kenya for a community service event! Thousands of Natives arrived to see the Former President, as he interacted with the crowd, the politicians, and gave a heartwarming speech about the possibilities/future he see’s for the country.
And of course, before he left he dropped one more major announcement! The Obamas has opened up a sports facility in Kenya to give the kids of the country a place to go and get some healthy exercise!
Check out the video below!
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I. Want. My. President. Black..I mean Back. Michelle is getting her life at the #OnTheRunII Tour. Barack is cha-chaing in Kenya. The Obamas are living their best lives. I miss them. #MyPresidentIsStillBlack #44 #BlackPresident #BlackExcellence #LivingHisBestLife #BlackLikeVanilla ______________ From Washington Post: “On Sunday and Monday, #Obama was in Kenya for his first visit since leaving office. He began by meeting with Kenyan President #UhuruKenyatta and opposition leader #RailaOdinga, who have recently made peace with each other after a contentious election that led to violence earlier this year. But it was at his second stop, in #NyangomaKogelo, the small hilltop village — right on the equator — where his father grew up, that Obama’s complicated relationship with his roots was on display. “It’s a joy to be here with family,” he told an invitation-only crowd attending the launch of a vocational center that will be run by his half sister Auma Obama’s nonprofit group. “And to be here with so many who claim to be my family.” Despite not being born here, #BarackObama is as close as Kenya has to a favorite son. He is far more popular than the country’s politicians. And as a global symbol, he is seen by many Kenyans as proof that greatness is attainable for them, too. “He is our son,” said Gilbert Ogutu, who is a professor and elder in the Luo ethnic group to which Obama’s father belonged but is not related to Obama. “His blood is our blood.” The patrilineal Luos expect Obama to follow tradition and spend more time among his father’s people — his people. The love expressed for him by many in Nyang’oma Kogelo is familial — unalloyed and full of expectation. But it also seems somewhat unrequited. In a short speech full of platitudes, Obama called himself a “citizen of the world” and decried Kenya’s tribalism. It echoed a speech he gave at a stadium in the capital, #Nairobi, in 2015, which some Kenyans saw as patronizing. On Monday, he also told the story of his first visit to #Kenya, when he was 27, replete with punchlines about bucket showers and crowded buses.”