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Tuesday, 11 June 2013

…Obama’s Half-Brother Selling His Handwritten Letters for $30,000…

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…Obama’s Half-Brother Selling His Handwritten Letters for $30,000…

President Barrack Obama’s half-brother, Malik Abongo Obama is selling the president’s handwritten letters for $30,000.
Malik is selling two handwritten letters from Obama for $15,000 each amounting up to $30,000. However, both notes are written on official White House letterhead. The letters say, “Thanks for your prayers and support.” They each contain Obama’s well-known personal signature of “B.O.” a signature he puts on letters, or tweets, that he has composed himself.
55-year-old Malik is selling the letters through the website Moments in Time, which has two other Obama White House letters for sale. Those letters are going for $12,500 each. “I wrote to Malik and didn’t know if I would get a response. I was astonished when I did. I sent a letter to a post office box in Kenya,” website curator Gary Zimet said. “These letters show great interest on the president’s part in his family. They are priced at $15,000 each. We didn’t go too much into Malik’s relationship with his half-brother. I got a sense it was cordial but not overly warm.”
In March, Malik ran for mayor of Kenya’s western county of Siaya but he did not succeed. “I can’t run away from my name and association with my brother, but I have the feeling that people somewhat want to see who the brother of Obama is,” Malik said at the time.
BUT  GUYS, does this man look like Barrack Obama? Any resemblance?
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President Barrack Obama’s half-brother, Malik Abongo Obama is selling the president’s handwritten letters for $30,000.

Malik is selling two handwritten letters from Obama for $15,000 each amounting up to $30,000. However, both notes are written on official White House letterhead. The letters say, “Thanks for your prayers and support.” They each contain Obama’s well-known personal signature of “B.O.” a signature he puts on letters, or tweets, that he has composed himself.
55-year-old Malik is selling the letters through the website Moments in Time, which has two other Obama White House letters for sale. Those letters are going for $12,500 each. “I wrote to Malik and didn’t know if I would get a response. I was astonished when I did. I sent a letter to a post office box in Kenya,” website curator Gary Zimet said. “These letters show great interest on the president’s part in his family. They are priced at $15,000 each. We didn’t go too much into Malik’s relationship with his half-brother. I got a sense it was cordial but not overly warm.”
In March, Malik ran for mayor of Kenya’s western county of Siaya but he did not succeed. “I can’t run away from my name and association with my brother, but I have the feeling that people somewhat want to see who the brother of Obama is,” Malik said at the time.
BUT GUYS, does this man look like Barrack Obama? Any resemblance?
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