Former President Of The United States of America arrived in Johannesburg, South Africa to deliver a keynote speech at the Mandela Lecture, his words were full of all the ingredients to empower the next generation of Africans to do better for the continent.

Raised in American but of Kenyan root, the politician and philanthropist will as part of his visit, take a trip to his ancestral home in Kenya where he will stay for a while. And, all the visual coverage right has been handed over to celebrated South African visual artist and entrepreneur, Trevor Stuurman. Trevor couldn’t hide his excitement of looking forward to working with one of the world’s most respected figure, he took his social media platforms to share a few quotes from Obama.

See his post below:

https://www.instagram.com/p/BlTfPaRBUbL/?taken-by=trevor_stuurman

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