Barack Obama with the full name Barack Hussein Obama is a Citizen of the United States of America of Kenyan Decent born on the 4th of August 1961. He is studied political science, after which he studied law and earned a degree in Civil law. He later got an opportunity t work as an associate lawyer, it was during this period he met his wife and they got married in 1992. He went on to become the first black American editor-in-chief of the Harvard law review.
He campaigned and become of the only three African American to represent in the United States Senate. He later went on to contest for a Republican ticket for the presidency and won in 2008. He went on to win the presidential elections to be the first African –American president of the United States. In that same year, he won the Nobel Prize and after which he won a second term as president of America Again.
He is known for some of his famous quotes and he has also written several books that have been the theme for several blockbuster movies after his presidential term. He is the proud father of two girls and Married to Michelle Obama.
Barrack Obama was born in the state of Hawaii, United States of America. He was born to Barrack Obama Snr and Ann Dunhan. He grew up in Honolulu but was hardly raised by his father. When he was a boy, his father traveled to pursue a doctor’s degree in Massachusetts, during which the relationship between his parents suffered and it inadvertently ended the marriage for both of them. This resulted in a divorce and Barrack Obama stayed with his mother. After his father obtained his degree, he went back to Kenya, leaving Obama without a father figure in his life. However, after some few years, his mother married again and gave him a half-sister by name Maya.
Obama earned a degree from the University of Columbia in Political Science. After which he started showing interest in civil rights matters by taking up volunteer jobs as a Community Organizer. He went on t study law in the prestigious Harvard law school. He excelled in the pursuit for a degree in law and landed himself a job for the summer as an associate in a Chicago law firm. After he graduated he worked as a civil rights lawyer and later he worked part-time as a lecturer in the Chicago law school. He also later became a professor.
Barrack Obama first entry into politics by becoming a member of the state senate of Illinois, after which he made a try to run as a candidate of the Democrats for a place in the United States house of representative. He later tried again to run for the United States Senate in 2004. The victory of becoming one of the 3 African –American to be members of the Senate gave him his road map to becoming the 44th president of the United States of America and the first African American to become president of the world’s greatest nation. Achievements Barrack Obama has bagged many achievements and accolades in his lifetime.
First, he became the first African American to be the Chief- Editor of the Harvard law review. He went on to win a Grammy Award in 2004 for best-spoken word act in the Audio version of his book “Dream” In 2008, he won the
Nobel prize for Peace after he won the 2008 presidential elections. He has released several books after his time as president and his books have become themes of various movies. He remains famous for some of his heart moving speech.