President Obama’s Kenyan relatives are busy managing a kind of international stardom conferred upon them by their famous, if distant, relative.
In a short span of time, the routines of their lives have been replaced by the trappings and oddities of global fame: crowds, bodyguards, tabloid stories and the varied, at times mystical, expectations of an awe-struck public. I interacted with the Obama’s briefly and here is what they make of President Obama.