The Obama family in Kenya is at war on Twitter.
Everything began when previous US President Barack Obama’s relative Malik, whose choices inside the family are known to contradict some common norms, presented what showed up on be a birth authentication proposing his renowned sibling was conceived in Kenya.
The report, named ‘Confirmed Copy of enlistment of Birth’ demonstrates one Barack Hussein, was conceived at the Coast General Hospital in Mombasa, to Barack Hussein Obama matured 26, who recorded his calling as an understudy, and 18-year-old Ann Dunham from Kansas City, in the US.
The report shows the said Barack was conceived on August 4, 1961.
But in a swift response Malik’s younger sister Auma blasted him for being ‘bitter’ and ‘jealous’.
An angry Auma, who is particularly close to Barack, minced no words as she took her controversial elder brother head on.
“You are blindly consumed by jealousy and bitterness that you will go to any length to slander your younger brother’s name – literally! Just because he has outshone you in every single aspect of his life. Seek relevance elsewhere big brother!” Auma tweeted.
In another tweet, Auma criticized her senior sibling for being a turncoat while reminding him how long prior before Obama became president, Malik grasped and invited him when he visited the family’s tribal home in Kenya.
Even exiled Kenyan politician Miguna Miguna has been sucked into this family feud, although he is clearly on Barack’s side.
On the off chance that this report is genuine, it would bring up issues about Barack Obama’s nationality, and thusly his choice to strive for the Senator and Presidency of the United States of America.
He won the two political seats which are solely held for American residents.
The Kenyan law makes one a resident naturally during childbirth in the nation, and considering there was no double citizenship at that point, it implies Barack Obama who is hitched and has two children in the USA, would need to change citizenship to meet all requirements to compete in the USA.
The advancement comes days after Malik upheld Deputy President William Ruto for the administration in 2022.