Author Topic: President Obama's slumdog brother from a Nairobi shanty town (Photos & Video)  (Read 1472 times)


[float=left][/float] The man’s name is George Hussein Obama and his half-brother is Barack Hussein Obama, Kenya’s most famous son, the first black President of  the U.S. and the most powerful man in the world.

Whilst the President Obama inhabits the luxurious surroundings of the Oval Office and flies aboard Air Force One, his half-brother George Obama lives in a notorious African slum.

George Obama has battled addictions to drink and drugs for most of his life at the same time as his relative has enjoyed a meteoric rise to power. The 30-year-old, who was once hooked on cocaine, says that his surname is frequently a burden to him.

George has also written a memoir, called Homeland. Published in 2012, it details how he turned his back on a middle-class Kenyan upbringing to live among the desperately poor in Nairobi’s infamous slums. The book’s precis tell us: ‘George chooses to live in the Nairobi ghetto, where he works to help the ghetto-dwellers, and especially the slum kids, overcome the challenges surrounding their lives.’
And the book quotes George thus: ‘My brother has risen to be the leader of the most powerful country in the world. Here in Kenya, my aim is to be a leader among the poorest people on Earth: those who live in the slums.’
In what sounds like the script for a Hollywood film, he claims to have been the driving force behind the transformation of a slum football team into one of the top sides in Kenya, known as ‘Obama’s champs’.

Details of the lifestyle of Obama's half-brother emerged with news he has agreed to appear in a documentary made by one of the President's most trenchant critics
Such, apparently, is his devotion to good works that many Kenyans want George to stand for President, believing anyone sharing the name and blood of the most powerful politician on the planet can transform their lives.

George Hussein Obama

Barack Obama holds his step-grandmother Sarah Hussein Obama

Sarah Hussein Obama excited to see Barack Obama

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The one thing l like about George Obama is, he is realist and does not believe President Obama owe him any form of assistance. He acknowledged the fact that he (George Obama) is a full grown man, and should fund for himself. l like his attitude!

Everybody way dey different. That is life