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Marijuana farmer eyes Malia Obama

24 June 2015, 17:01

Nairobi - A marijuana farmer will offer his 10 acre 'ganja' farm to US President Barrack Obama to have his son marry daughter Malia according to 18 Karat Reggae Gold.

The farmer, Roy Chambers says he believes Malia and his 17-year-old son would make a "perfect couple and have a perfect family".

“I tried to approach President Barrack Obama with my offer while he was in Jamaica a few months ago but the security prevented me. I have sent him a regular mail to the white house and also an email so I hope he will reply soon," said Chambers on Jamaican website 18 Karat Reggae Gold.

Read also: Kenyan offers Obama 50 cows, 30 goats to marry Malia

“My marijuana farm is my most valuable possession but am willing to give it to president Obama in exchange for his beautiful daughter to marry my son.”

The expression of interest follows similar incidences in Kenya, where a lawyer and a Maasai Moran have also shown interest in marrying Malia.

- For more read 18 Karat Reggae Gold.

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