Yes, Obama wants to be president of Kenya. Malik Obama, that is, the 54 year old half-brother of Barack Hussein Obama, America′s first Anti-President. Kenya held national elections last week and Malik did not fair well. He lost a bid running for governor of Siaya County. The out-spoken Malik Obama is upset with the results and partially blames critics who think he is trying to cash in on his half-brother′s success. Or, it could be a recent scandal which surfaced concerning the youngest of Malik′s 12 wives, who alleges that Malik Obama beat her just before marrying her when she was just 17 years old. Even in Kenya, that is below the age of consent! She also claims that he still beats her regularly after 3 years of marriage and she is not the only one of his twelve wives to taste the wrath of Obama′s abusive nature.
Barack and Malik Obama have been tight as half-brothers. Each was best man for their weddings, though Barack may only have done so for one of Malik′s many marriages. They stay in contact and Malik secretly visited Barack at the White House last year. It is not known how many, if any, of Malik′s 12 wives accompanied him to Washington, DC?
The visit was shortly after Barack won reelection. There have been some disagreements between them. Malik tried to get Barack to support Gaddafi and keep him in power in Libya. But you cannot complain with the notoriety which has put Malik in a position to earn a handsome living as a ′consultant′ for several America companies, as well as some international corporations. I suppose with 12 wives and who knows how many children to feed, he needs plenty of steady, well-paying work. Malik also owns a small electronics business in the USA just outside of Washington. He also runs a charity organization which is supported by several Muslim nations such as Saudi Arabia, Libya, Sudan and Yemen. Hmmm!
Especially since Barack has not been very generous with his Kenyan relatives. Something which Malik is disappointed about. He told Angela Johnson of the Daily Mail that, I′m very proud of my brother, but I would like him to do a little bit more for the family on this side. I would like to say he could send more money. I give money when asked. That′s what family is for. We′re not well off, though people think we are.″