Most popular as the stepbrother of previous President Barack Obama, Malik Obama, is a money manager and an enthusiastic Donald Trump ally.
He likewise caused a ripple effect in the wake of delivering a journal of his family in which he called previous President Obama ‘cold and heartless’.
Malik is a Kenyan but on the other hand is a naturalized resident of the USA who enrolled to cast a ballot in Maryland.
Looking at casting a ballot, he executed the Trump lobby’s unmerited message about phony decisions on his Twitter page indicating support for Trump in the 2020 races.
Malik Obama has a hardware business and has an expected total assets of around $4 million out of 2020 according to this source.
|Parents||Kezia Obama and Barack Obama Sr.|
|Net Worth||$4 million|
His profit (2020) are not accessible in the public space, his relative Barack Obama and his family, then again, acquired around $20.5 million when they were the primary family.
Nonetheless, a few sources guarantee that Malik has a compensation in the scope of $60,000 to $100,000. His significant type of revenue is his business, he possesses a little gadgets store in Kenya.
Malik was born to guardians Kezia Obama and Barack Obama Sr. in March 1958. As the name recommends, his dad is additionally the parent of President Barack Obama.
Counting, the previous President he had 8 kin as indicated by his profile.
The Kenyan money manager likewise knows quite a bit about bookkeeping and moved on from the University of Nairobi.
Malik had double citizenship in Kenya and the USA. He goes to the USA every year for a couple of months. He additionally takes his better half, Sheila Anyango to the States, they have been hitched since 2010.
During the 2008 mission, Malik turned into a representative for the Obama family in Kenya.
In any case, in 2016, he expressed he was a Trump ally and even went to the Presidential discussion as the Republican’s visitor.
Indeed, he even partook in the publicity and shared a phony birth testament of Obama to help Trump’s Barack Obama citizenship paranoid fears.