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Even Kenyans are celebrating the re-election of President Barack Obama! Barack’s own step-grandmother led celebrations in his ancestral homeland today, as students in Jakarta celebrated in their classrooms while the results of the election were announced. 

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Sarah Onyango Obama was seen singing and dancing in Nyang’oma Kogelo village where she lives in western Kenya, some 250 miles north of the capital Nairobi – also the place where the President’s late father was raised.

As reported by the DailyMail:

Hundreds gathered clapping and cheering in front of a screen to find out the results of east Africa’s favorite adopted son. 

Well-wishers, family members and armies of local and foreign journalists have descended on Kogelo, the tiny village in western Kenya where Obama’s 91-year-old step-grandmother lives.

But it was not just the east African nation that was jubilant after the Democrat won re-election, there were also celebrations in his childhood home of Jakarta. 

We wonder what Tea Partiers and Donald Trump will say for the next four years while they have to deal with a Kenyan-bred President?


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