If the POS weren’t born in Kenya, why does his Kenyan grandma have a calendar poster of him on her wall which says “The Kenyan Wonder-Boy in the U.S.”?
Sarah Oyango Obama is the POS’s paternal step-grandmother who, in 1987, met her then-26-year-old American grandson for the first time when he visited Obama Sr.’s village in Kenya.
Sarah Oyango Obama
In 2009, U.S. Christian minister Ron McRae, who described himself in his affidavit as an overseer of the Anabaptist Churches in North America and a “Presiding Elder on the African Presbytery,” conducted a taped transatlantic telephone conversation with Sarah Obama, in which grandma clearly said Barack Obama Jr. was born in Mombasa, Kenya, and that she was present at the birth.
In early 2008, Journeyman Pictures made a documentary “Obama’s Kenyan Roots” about the POS and visited Grandma Sarah. At the time, the POS was a U.S. senator (representing Illinois) and a presidential aspirant.
Since the POS’s visit in 1987, Grandma Sarah proudly had followed his career trajectory, and decorated the walls of her living room with pictures of the POS. Here’s a screen shot of the wall from the documentary “Obama’s Kenyan Roots”:
And here’s the “The Kenyan Wonder-Boy” calendar poster:
Here’s a segment from the documentary “Obama’s Kenyan Roots”:
- British National Archives show a son was born to Obama Sr. in 1961 in Kenya
- In 2007, Obama’s literary agent still says he was born in Kenya
- Kenyan official Says Obama born In Kenya
- NPR Says Obama Born In Kenya
- Michelle Called Kenya Obama’s Home Country