OBAMA ADDRESSES ACTIVIST BONIFACE MWANGI

OBAMA ADDRESSES ACTIVIST BONIFACE MWANGI.
Its another fresh news flying to our offices from the US Presidential office, chaired by Mr. Barrack Obama. The message is directed to one of the top activists in the country, Boniface Mwangi. Controversial Kenyan activist, Boniface Mwangi, has received
a heartwarming letter from the United States President,
Barack Obama.
In the missive, Obama begins by thanking Boniface for a
‘thoughtful gift’ and says he was “struck by his story”. The
U.S. Head of State adds that he “wanted him to know he
(Obama) is grateful for his (Boniface) continued support for
shared values.”

Mwangi, who is yet to disclose details of the letter he had
earlier addressed to the world’s most powerful man, talked
about the struggles the humanity faces and how universal
virtues like integrity and courage help in addressing the
challenges.
In his response, Obama noted: “Though we all come from
different traditions and communities, I believe each of us has
power to make the world we seek. When joined together by
a common set of ideals, our diversity makes us stronger.”
In the letter, which was sent from the White House, Obama
expresses confidence that in the end freedom will overcome
tyranny.
“As long as we hold firm to our principles and back our
beliefs with courage and resolve, then I am confident hope
will overcome fear, and freedom will continue to triumph
over tyranny – because that’s what stirs in the human
heart,”
Obama wrote.
Obama ended his post by thanking Boniface for
communicating with him: “Again, thank you for reaching
out. Please know letters like yours mean a great deal to me,
and they keep me going every single day.”

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