Obama’s granny, Sarah, did the victory dance in honor of her step-grandson’s re-election. She was accompanied by most of the inhabitants in the city of Kogelo in western Kenya, who set up a special party for the President, the Inquisitr reports.
90-year-old Sarah Obama breathlessly waited for the results of the Elections Day hoping that her step-grandson would be elected president for four more years. Her expectations were fulfilled when the polls indicated that Barack Obama was re-elected president for the second term.
The woman, whom the American President calls “Granny Sarah”, celebrated the special occasions by performing a victory dance in the small city of Kogelo, Kenya. Even though her neighbors never actually met Obama, they were all happy for her grandson’s achievement. As a matter of fact, they threw a party in honor of Barack.
The President is not blood related to Sarah, but he confessed on numerous occasions that he is very fond of her. “Granny Sarah”, too, cares for Barack which is why she spent the entire evening watching the elections. Once she found out that he has scored another political victory over the Republicans, Sarah told reporters that her grandson’s kindness has helped him win the race.
None of this would have been possible if it hadn’t been for God, Sarah Obama stated. However, the fact that Barack knows how to love all people has also contributed to his success. “He has got the knowledge to love all people, he doesn’t have the knowledge of division, that is why he has won,” she added.
Sarah Obama doesn’t know English, so she uses an interpreter to speak to the American President. Her comments in relation to the re-election were made in Luo, one of Kenya’s most popular languages. In the end, she confessed that she wished the President would visit Kenya sooner, so she could congratulate him in person for his second presidency.