Barack Obama
Obama standing with his arms folded and smiling
44th President of the United States
In office January 20, 2009 – January 20, 2017
Vice President Joe Biden
Preceded by George W. Bush
Succeeded by Donald Trump
United States Senator from Illinois
In office January 3, 2005 – November 16, 2008
Preceded by Peter Fitzgerald
Succeeded by Roland Burris
Member of the Illinois Senate from the 13th district
In office January 8, 1997 – November 4, 2004
Preceded by Alice Palmer
Succeeded by Kwame Raoul
Personal details
Born Barack Hussein Obama II(1961-08-04) August 4, 1961 (age 55)Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.
Political party Democratic
Spouse(s) Michelle Robinson (m. 1992)
Children
  • Malia
  • Sasha
Parents
Relatives See Family of Barack Obama
Education
Awards Nobel Peace Prize (2009)Profile in Courage Award (2017)
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DREAMS OF BEING AN AMERICAN,A NATION OF OPPORTUNITY AND ACHIEVE MY DREAM OF BEC...


Dear barrack Obama,

Am writing to you from Kenya capital here in Nairobi,its a chilly morning but i cant wait to have you receive my message.Without fear of doubt and contradiction we are seeing a trend that may slide us back to oppression that we fought for but thank God the opposition is working relentlessly to protect our freedom and dignity as people of Kenya.Am frank 22, years old am a member of YALI a group that you formed during your trip to Africa in Soweto.I have been giving views on how best we can improve the lives of young people across Africa.Sir, there are many prospective leaders here in Africa in this case Kenya, am a guy with massive potential to strike a change across Africa if empowered.Last year i was running for top student leadership position in my college which i lost with landslide and am now preparing to run for a member of parliament position in the next Kenya election.I wish to join up hands with prospective leaders young and old in US and even you as we prepare to make Africa a better place for humanity, its still not save and a lot has to be done.I deeply believe that injustice somewhere is injustice everywhere.When i listen to you and see American spirit ,resilient and hope in their dreams and their national prosperity,it truly reminds me of my dreams for Kenya and Africa.Your two term victory is a symbol of hope and possibility for prospective sons and daughters of Africa who still want to leave an indelible mark around the globe,this also affirms that all men are created equally the determinant is the intellectual capacity but not the race,President Obama I would wish to one day become a senator in US it is a dream that i have to achieve ,am working hard to see if i can join the worlds greatest workforce to join hands with them and take the world to the next level .Currently am in my last year in college and am contemplating of pursuing my masters degree in US but ting are still hard here ,am hoping that God will help.Without forgetting am a great orator at 22 years old am known here for powerful,rocking inspirational and iconic speeches ,i have some of my videos in internet during last year election in my college .THANK YOU.

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Frank A.

great message

Ke.

I wish you good luck on achieving your dreams!