Family Night with the Hopeful Next President of Mali

07 Dec
So Yeah is once again back in Utah to raise more funds to help him remain a contender and continue to run a clean campaign.One of the events that he will be having is at the UCCU Center(800 W. University Parkway , Orem, UT) in Orem, Utah on Monday, December 12, 2011 from 6:30pm until 8:00pm.
I can’t urge you enough to attend if you can. We need all the support we can get. Utah has definitely supported the Samake2012 campaign from its humble beginnings. This is probably the last time Yeah will come to Utah before the election results.
This may be the once in a lifetime opportunity to meet the man who may become the FIRST LDS PRESIDENT IN THE WORLD. Hear about his experiences as the only Mormon in a 90% Muslim country.Come meet my wonderful husband Yeah Samake, a BYU graduate and candidate for President of Mali. Yeah will tell in his own words the story of how he grew up in one of the poorest villages in one of the poorest countries in the world, how he came to live in one of the wealthiest countries in the world, and then returned to serve his people.

You will hear how Yeah walked to school every day on an empty stomach determined to get an education. He will show you America through the eyes of an African with no money in his pocket, expound on the blessings of an education at BYU, and explain the life changing decision to return to Mali with his family. He will talk about receiving 86% of the vote for mayor in a 90% Muslim country, and how he changed the culture of corruption to turn his city into a model of the rule of law in Mali.

We hope you’ll leave with a deeper appreciation for the freedoms and abundance that is enjoyed in America, more hope for Africa, and more faith that one person can indeed make a difference. If you can’t attend you can still view his platform and campaign material at If you can, please make a donation.

Support the chance of making one man’s dream come true and giving 12 million people the ability to have a better life.Please bring friends!

PS Admission is free! We just need you to register at

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Posted by on December 7, 2011 in Past Posts


One response to “Family Night with the Hopeful Next President of Mali

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