Friday, October 31, 2008

Alego Kogelo- A King is born

Just like the biblical little village where Jesus was born from a small Benjamin tribe, Alego Kogelo hit the headline all over the world. That is the root of the American president in waiting Barack Obama.

Kogelo is a small village in Siya district in Nyanza province of Kenya. It is part of the big Alego. In Nyanza much has been said about Alego people and particularly Kogelo. If you ask any body coming from Nyanza, Alego was notorious for witchcraft and the area was nicknamed “Alego tat yien” ( Alego the roof of medicine”-literal interpretation). This name was given to Alego because of their wide knowledge in traditional medicine and charms. It was good and the medicine and charms were not used to harm others but to protect the innocent from evildoers.

Alego people including Kogelo are well educated and hold Key position in the Kenyan and worldwide society today, no wonder we have the Obama in USA. Alego has made a lot of history in Kenya and one more is soon coming as Barack Obama ascends to the highest seat in the world; the American presidency, on the 4th of November. As that will come to pass Kenya, Africa and the hitherto little known Kogelo village will get a place in the world map.

Barak Obama we all wish you well.


Jeffrey said...

It doesn't surprise me that the title would read A king us born. After all the Antichrist will attempt to be king but will fall as prophesied. What does surprise me is everything that tends to support the suppostion that Obama is indeed the host for the spirit of the Antichrist to enter. The more I read about him the more I am convinced. It is something to know that the town in which his bloodline began, is a city known for witchcraft. You can say it's for good but all witchcraft is ultimately forbidden by God. And in fact it says suffer not a witch to live(Ex 22:18). So celebrate his Presidency and call him king if you'd like, but the King of kings will cast him into hell as promised in Rev 20.
One last thing... Christ was of the tribe of Judah, not Benjamin.

Anonymous said...

What a bizarre post! What's wrong with you?

Anonymous said...

When I say bizarre, I'm referring to Jeffreys comment, not the original post.