Sasha Obama excites Twitter with another viral TikTok video


Former first daughter Sasha Obama is trending once again on Twitter after someone shared a TikTok of her and some friends dancing.

This is the second time, such videos have been leaked of the rare to spot First Daughter.

Back in October 25, a TikTok video featuring her and a friend lip-syncing to a City Girls song went viral.

In the clip, Obama, 19, and a pal can be seen lip-syncing to Moneybagg Yo’s “Said Sum” remix featuring the City Girls. Rapper JT — whose verse the duo are dancing to in the video — reposted the video via Twitter, adding a heart-eyes emoji.

Fans/followers or whoever found Sasha Obama on Tik Tok through her friend’s page once again.

The TikTok video has since been removed from the social media platform but is still circulating on Instagram and Twitter.

In this latest video, Sasha also impresses us once more and her beauty is mind blowing, everyone is oogling.

Are you just as mesmerized as we are?

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Check out US President Obama Dancing To Sauti Sol’s Sura Yako

Kenyan boy band Sauti Sol made history Saturday night after their State House performance of their hit song Sura Yako that had President Obama, Uhuru and Margaret breaking into a dance.

US President who isn’t such a bad dancer as he mastered the Lipala dance quite fast after hitting the dance floor. Sauti Sol couldn’t hide their excitement posting on Facebook, “That unifying picture!! We were last night joined by Presidents Uhuru Kenyatta and Barack Obama in our performance of Sura Yako!! Thank you Lord for blessing us with talent enough to perform before Kings!!! A dream come true!!! Tag the world!!!”

They may not have won MTV Mamas or the BET awards but they sure have one for the books, Well check out the photos below

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Larry Asego’s 2 cents on President Obama’s Historic Visit

Classic 105 presenter Larry Asego is weighing in on the Obama mania fever that has hit Kenyans. Obama who jetted into the country Friday evening was warmly welcomed by Kenyans with memes and comparisons between him and Uhuru Kenyatta ruling social media.

Kenyans may forget that Barack Obama is here for the 6th Global Entrepreneurship summit and the purpose of his visit that should bring fruits for Kenya and Larry Asego is not taking it lightly. He may have learnt a few lessons from Obama that we can borrow.

Check out his views below

Kenya, a Nation on the brink of greatness. This Summit legitimizes our potential. If only we could put the politics aside just for 2yrs only.

Posted by Larry Asego on Saturday, July 25, 2015

The results of the Entrepreneurship Summit should also receive as much focus as the Beast or who was wearing what me thinks.

Posted by Larry Asego on Saturday, July 25, 2015

GES is an big plus for Kenya. What we do after is what counts. Once the beast is gone and the grass grows, what we do will determine where we go. Back to nonsense of forward to progress

Posted by Larry Asego on Saturday, July 25, 2015

Eric Omondi Rubs Off On President Obama With His ‘Hawayuni!’ Greeting

‘Jambo, Niaje Wasee, Hawayuni…was President Obama’s choice of greeting at the global entrepreneurship summit he was co-hosting in Gigiri. Obama who seemed pretty excited to host the summit tweeted Friday night after his arrival, “Proud to be the first American President to visit Kenya. Happy to see family, and to talk with young Kenyans about the future.”

Obama who was last in Nairobi in 2006 during his tour as Illinois senator noted that Nairobi had changed for the better and did not look the same way it did back then.

Obama also reiterated why coming to Kenya was very important for him saying, “This is personal for me, there is a reason why my name is Barack Hussein Obama.”

It seems the warmth and the spirit of the Kenyan people as quoted in his speech is rubbing of on MR. President. Keep up with his two day schedule here.

Eric Omondi who coined the ‘Hawayuni’ phrase as part of his opening act during all his events must be elated knowing that President Obama relates whether intentionally or unintentionally.

Find Out What President Obama Is Up-to During His Two Day Visit

US President Barack Obama has a busy schedule during his two day historic Kenya visit. Obama who already made his opening remarks at the Global Entrepreneurship summit in Gigiri on Saturday morning and visited the Power African Innovation Fair has a list of scheduled activities for the rest of the day;

Below is a full list

12:05pm– The president meets with U.S. Embassy personnel

1:55pm – Barack Obama will visit Bomb blast Memorial Park in Nairobi where he will lay a wreath and pay tribute to all who lost their lives in the 1998 bomb blast that killed over 200 people.

2:20pm – President Uhuru Kenyatta welcomes President Obama to State House

2:50pm -He will hold a bilateral meeting with President Uhuru Kenyatta and discuss key issues with corruption and security expected to be some of the main issues on the agenda.

4:30pm – President Obama and Uhuru will hold a joint press conference to share some of the resolutions of their bilateral meeting.

8:15pm- President Obama will attend a State House dinner which is his last official function for Saturday.

On Sunday the US President will hold a press briefing with Press Secretary Josh Earnest before heading to Safaricom Indoor Arena for his public address at 11:40am

1:45pm- He will then head to Kenyatta University where he will meet civil society at the YALI Regional Leadership Center

3:05pm- The President will hold an interview with Capital FM Kenya at the Yali Leadership Center.

4:10pm- He is expected to head to JKIA where he will depart for Ethiopia.

6:00pm- The president arrives in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

6:35pm –President Obama will meet will U.S embassy personnel in Addis Ababa.



His Sunday schedule maybe subject to change as indicated by organizers.

US President Barack Obama dines with his Kenyan family (photos)

Moments after the Air force one touched down at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, US President Barack Obama made his way to his hotel in Nairobi for dinner with his Kenyan family.

He dined with his sister Auma Obama who stole the show at the airport after riding with Obama in the beast and also his grandmother Mama Sarah Obama and other extended family members.

U.S. President Barack Obama attends a private dinner with family members at his hotel restaurant after arriving in Nairobi

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Auma couldnt hide her excitement when she tweeted

Auma and Mama Sarah Obama are currently at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Gigiri

Reminder: Key roads to be closed during Obama visit

Inspector General of police, Joseph Boinnet has issued authorised advisory on road traffic adjustments during the Obama visit. He has advised motorists and pedestrians to obey police directives and in case of any changes prompt communication will be provided.

Below is a summary
Friday to Sunday, 12pm to 2pm
1. No access from Waiyaki Way to Chiromo past Westlands
2. No entry and exit to and from Riverside drive
3. From Forest Road no access to overpass into Chiromo; the road will be blocked at Museum Hill
4. No access to Chiromo through the University Way roundabout
5. Uhuru Highway from University Way roundabout to JKIA closed from 4pm on both sides of dual carriageway

Saturday, 7am to 1:30pm
1. Ojijo Road under and over pass, Forest Road, Limuru Road to Gigiri and back will be blocked from 7am to 1.30pm
2. At 11am Bomb blast area including Moi Avenue, Haile Selassie Avenue, Railway Stage and Landhies Road blocked at Choo number Nane.
3. Route from Bomb blast site to State House and back to hotel will be closed intermittently from 1pm to 11pm

Sunday, 8am to 5pm
1. Thika Superhighway will be closed on both sides up to the border with Kiambu county, from 8am to 5pm
2. Boinett advised motorists and pedestrians to obey police directives, saying any other changes will be communicated.

-The Star

Mama Sarah en route to Nairobi to meet grandson

Mama Sarah has departed for Nairobi to meet her step-grandson, US President Barack Obama, who will arrive on Friday night. Sarah, who said the US Embassy rescheduled her flight from Thursday, is expected to arrive with Siaya Governor Cornel Rasanga.

She spoke when she joined Rasanga in launching a county tourism and culture expo on Wednesday. The expo, and several other events, have been aligned with Obama’s three-day visit, during which he will not go to Nyang’oma Kogelo village.

The White house said Obama will spend private time in Nairobi with family members but will not travel to the village that is most closely associated with the family name. Obama, who became the first black US president, is the son of a black father from Kenya and a white mother from Kansas.

The US president is visiting with a mission to strengthen US security and economic ties, but his personal connection to his father’s birthplace will dominate a trip viewed as a native son’s return to his home. He will hold bilateral talks and dine with President Uhuru Kenyatta, and co-host the 6th Global Entrepreneurship Summit.

He will also give public addresses at Kenyatta University and Safaricom Stadium Kasarani. Obama departed for Kenya on Thursday, his first trip to his father’s homeland as US president, kicking off a swing through Africa that includes a stop in Ethiopia.

He boarded Air Force One from Joint Base Andrews, Maryland and made a stop over at Ramstein Air Force Base in Germany.

– The Star

TBT: Barrack Obama In Kenya In 2006 Photos

Barack Obama visited Kenya as a senator in 2006 and thousands of people lined the streets for hours waiting to get a glimpse of him and now come Friday 24th July he will visit Kenya as the President of the United States. The Obama in Kenya excitement is really building up and he is expected to be warmly received.

Obama will not be travelling to Kogelo as many had expected neither will he be accompanied by his wife and children like he was in 2006.

He visited the Kibera slums, Wajir and even took a HIV/Aids test in Kisumu in 2006. He also planted a tree with the late Nobel Laureate Wangari Maathai which is one of the most iconic photos of his visit.

He will not get to mingle with people the way he did in the senatorial capacity, but check out this throwback photos of his 2006 visit.

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