Kenyan offers 50 cows to marry Obama's daughter Malia

Kenyan offers 50 cows to marry Obama's daughter Malia
A Kenyan lawyer has reportedly offered an assortment of livestock to Barack Obama in exchange for his 16-year-old daughter Malia's hand in marriage, Sky News reports.

Felix Kiprono told The Nairobian newspaper he was willing to present the US President with 50 cows, 70 sheep and 30 goats.

Mr Kiprono, whose age was not revealed in the report, said it has long been his dream to wed the President's oldest of two daughters.

"I got interested in her in 2008," he told the newspaper.

"As a matter of fact, I haven't dated anyone since and promise to be faithful to her."

Mr Kiprono planned to put his offer to Mr Obama when the President visits Kenya, the country where his father was born, in July.

"I am currently drafting a letter to Obama asking him to please have Malia accompany him for this trip," he said.

Mr Kiprono insisted that his love for Malia "is real" and that he is not after the family's money.

He told the newspaper he and Malia would lead a "simple life" as man and wife.

"I will teach Malia how to milk a cow, cook ugali (maize porridge) and prepare mursik (a traditional sour milk) like any other Kalenjin woman," he said.

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