Friday, October 16, 2009

More Articles Stating Obama Was Not Born In The U.S.

Kampala — Ugandans have formed a group to mobilise support for Kenyan born-senator, Barack Obama for the US presidency.

The Obama Solidarity Group (OSP) launched its campaign at Makerere University on January 18, according to one of the members.

"Our group has been formed to see that our candidate gets support from not only Americans but other parts of the world including Uganda because he is a symbol of Africa in a western democracy," Mr Silver Mulindwa, a third year student at the university, said.


After an early breakfast in Kisumu, depart to Siaya District, Nyang'oma Division, Kogelo Village to visit the Kenyan home of the President of the United State of America, President Barrack Obama, visit his Grand Mother Mama Sarah Obama, visit the graveyard of Obama Sr. and Sanator Barrack Obama School. Spend the rest of the day learning more about the K'ogelo village and the cultures of the Luo community in western Kenya, return to Kisumu for overnight in a budget hotel.

The world has spoken again, but will America listen to Obama?

It seems Barack Hussein Obama, President of the United States of America (via a sleepy village in Kenya called Nyang’oma K’Ogelo) can do no wrong. The question on everyone’s lips — mine too — this weekend is "Does Obama deserve the Nobel Peace Prize?"