The Footsteps of Barack Obama in A Changing America

This book about the president of the United States who is a son of a non-American father, is written from a unique perspective of a US immigrant who lived to witness the changing American society through the history of 6 most recent elections of a US president. The book dwells in fascinating detail about the importance of US role in its global leadership towards a more perfect society. More

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About Safari E. Ohumay

Safari E. Ohumay is a US citizen who was born in a rural village of Tanzania. He first came to the US as a graduate student in Development Management and returned home after graduating in 1976. Earlier on he studied Math and Economics and graduated with a BS degree from the university of DaresSalaam in early 1972. After a two year stint in senior management in two Tanzanian industrial processing firms he received a job offer from the World Bank Group in Washington DC through its Young Professionals Program.
For the next 18 years he travelled extensively from Washington to many parts of Asia and Africa as the World Bank’s Program manager focusing in Infrastructure and Urban development under the theme of poverty alleviation. He spent most of his career in the World Bank working with countries such as Bangladesh, Burma, Indonesia, Pakistan and Srilanka in Asia, and Kenya, Malawi, Swaziland and Tanzania in Africa. Recently he joined the US Agency for International Development team in Afghanistan for one year as a Field Program officer at the height of the US campaign against Al-Kaida. Safari E. Ohumay lives in the Washington suburbs of Maryland and works as a freelance consultant.

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