Former US President Barrack Obama will be accompanied by 400 dignitaries to support his sister Auma in setting up Sauti Kuu Foundation in Kogelo. Speaking to reporters on Thursday, the Sauti Kuu Foundation Director said they are among the one thousand guests expected in Nyanza on July 16th. "Obama has always supported me and I will be happy when he joins his sister on this big day to set up the new Sports, Resource and Vocational Training Centre on Monday,” Auma said.
Auma said the centre was not institutionalised but noted that it was a space with access to the internet. She said the library is going to give children access to the languages that they will need in order to pass exams. “We need our children to read because they go to school and learn a language that is not their first, second or third language and they are expected to pass exams and this is in the rural area," she said.
The visit by Obama will be live streamed at the Jomo Kenyatta sports ground and Acacia hotel.
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