Obama’s mother stayed in Pakistan for 5 years

From *Daily Waqt* – published from Lahore, Pakistan, Sunday August 31, 2008:

Obama’s mother stayed in Pakistan for 5 years

Lahore (Pervez Al-Islam): The mother of American Presidential hopeful, Barack Obama, Mrs. Ann Dunham lived in Pakistan for five years. During this time, Barack Obama also visited his mother and stayed for a few months. Mrs. Ann Dunham was hired as a consultant by the Asian Development Bank for Pakistan Agricultural Development Bank’s Gujranwalla Agricultural Development Program. This program began in 1987 and ended in 1992. Mrs. Ann Dunham monitored the funds received for this program from the Asian Development Bank and trained the Mobile Credit Officers of the Agricultural Bank. This program was controlled from the Gujranwalla Regional Office. She stayed for five years in the Hilton International Hotel (now Avari Hotel), Lahore. She traveled daily from Lahore to Gujranwalla. When Barack Obama visited Pakistan, he stayed in the same hotel. After returning from Pakistan, she died from cancer within three years.


Courtesy and Thanks: Urdu Daily Waqt


3 thoughts on “Obama’s mother stayed in Pakistan for 5 years”

  1. .. so many people about simply everything…

    Now he is attempting to right a wrong where there no blame…except the personal responsibility that his mother had to herself. The responsibility to care for herself, to cover herself with medical insurance – so that no one who knew or loved her had to watch her struggle. No doubt this was an inner struggle as well. He assumes that she never addressed her end-of-life issues…what an arrogant assumption. He stated that he watched her pay her bills…well, why didn’t he do it? He had a nice lawyer job by then…whey didn’t he take her in and help her? The fact is – he exploits every single thing that has ever happened – and even things that NEVER happened – to further himself. He is a walking prevarication.

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