posted on Nov, 13 2008 @ 10:10 PM
Follow-up story: Mombasa Imam who confirmed Obama’s birth place arrives in the UK
Posted by africanpress on November 9, 2008
The Imam who came forward to assist in the search of Barack Obama’s identity left Kenya secretly last night, and will arrive in the UK this morning.
He will meet with a US contact person who will assist him in recording an asylum statement in the UK after handing over the documents that caused the
blessing of Obama when he was born and to confirm the origin of the name Hussein.
The man will join relatives in the UK because his life will be in danger if he were to return to Kenya after removing the documents from the
Mosque’s archives and taking them out of the country. The man has been informed about the on-going case filed in the US Supreme Court by attorney
Philip Berg challenging Barack Obama’s citizenship.
When the man heard that Jerome Corsi was in Kenya a few months ago, he took a decision to try and meet him, but had to travel back to Mombasa from
Nairobi on hearing that Corsi had been bundled and taken to the airport on deportation orders.
The Imam is the grandson of the late Imam who blessed Barack Obama when he was born in Mombasa on the 4th of august 1961.
While in the UK, the Imam and the American contact person will visit Amnesty International before handing himself over to the authorities where he
will formally deliver his application for asylum. The contact man has arranged so that they get an official from Amnesty international to accompany
them to the home office desk where he will inform them on he dangers that will face him if he were to return to Kenya after delivering the documents
This may now bring to close the speculations on Obama’s citizenship and the secrecy on where he was born.
API will dispatch a detailed letter in support of the Imam’s - application for asylum and protection - to the UK Home Office Secretary later today.
The letter will be made available on the site here, but minus the names of the Imam.
African Press International