'Somewhere in Africa, a president is waiting to copy this' - Owen Gee on Obama's emotional farewell speech During US President, Barrack Obama's farewell

speech, he got emotional and wiped a tear from
his eye while thanking his wife Michelle, saying
"Michelle Lavaughn Robinson, girl of the South
Side - for the past 25 years, you have not only
been my wife, the mother of my children, you
have been my best friend. You took on a job
you didn't ask for, and you made it your own
with grace, style and good humor."
Comedian Owen Gee reacted via his Instagram
page minutes ago, predicting that an African
President is probably waiting to copy the
farewell address, especially since issues of
plagiarism have popped up in Nigeria and Ghana
between 2016-2017.
In his words: "Somewhere in Africa, a President
is waiting to copy this soul touching moment
when he leaves office." Watch the video below.
A video posted by CNN (@cnn) on Jan 10,


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