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President Obama’s half brother selling President’s hand written letters for $15,000 each

OBAMAS HALF BROTHER President Obama’s half brother selling President’s hand written letters for $15,000 each

Malik Abongo Obama

President Obama’s half brother selling President’s hand written letters for $15,000 each

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Kenya’s newly elected president is under investigation for war crimes and the country is on edge as it forecasts the future.

Maybe that stress got to Obama’s half brother because he is seeking to secure himself financially by selling two of President Obama’s  letters for $15,000 a piece.

The notes are written to President Obama’s brother, Maik Abongo Obama, on official White House letterhead and contain the message, “thanks for the support” along with Obama’s handwritten signature, “B.O.”

Malik is selling the letters through Moments in Time, which is selling other Obama letters as well.

“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.”

Malik ran for public office last year.

“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 during his campaign for Mayor in Kenya.

Malik is the son of President Obama’s father and first wife.

 

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