On November 6th a couple of radio DJs from WRIF in Detroit called the Kenyan Embassy and were put through to the Ambassador, to ask about the national mood subsequent to Obama's Presidential victory. Toward the end of the call they asked the Ambassador if President Elect Obama's birthplace in Kenya will be marked with a monument or if tourism will increase there.
Here is a transcript:
DJ: One more quick question. Is the spot where President-Elect Obama's birthplace over in Kenya, is that going to be a spot to go visit where he was born?
Ogego: The place is already an attraction. His paternal grandmother is still alive...
DJ: But the birthplace, will they put up a marker there?
Ogego: It is already well known.
The DJ later said he phrased his question "President Elect Obama" on purpose so the distinction from Obama's father, whose name is also Barack Obama, would be clear to the Ambassador.
Earlier, his paternal grandmother said Obama was born in Kenya, reported here
The Supreme Court is holding a conference on Dec 5th to determine if the citizenship case has merit. If four of the nine Justices vote to hear the case in full, oral argument may be scheduled. The conference is scheduled for December 5, 2008, ten days before the meeting of the Electoral College whereupon the College is scheduled to vote Obama into office.
The Ambassador identified himself as well as the Secretary when she put the DJs through, as His Excellency Peter Ogego. Here is a link that shows His Excellency's photo and his name, he really IS the Ambassador:
Here is the link of the audio. Listen to His Excellency confirm Obama was born in Kenya: minute 12:15 to minute 13:00
WOW! You know, of course, this means he cannot be President. Just as many of us have been saying all along.