Obama’s family in Kenya praying for his win

Barack Obama's extended family in Kenya said Sunday they are hopeful that he will be elected president on Tuesday.

The Obama family attended church Sunday in Kenya, where they said they prayed for a win for Barack.

Obama's half brother, Malik Obama, said the family was very happy and extremely positive ahead of the American election.

"We are very happy about what's going on, we are extremely positive and will look forward to after the fourth when we are celebrating the victory of my brother,” said Malik.

Barack Obama's father was a Kenyan native.


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