Many people are speaking of Yeah Samake's good points; and they would make a
wonderful president. What he needs to be careful of is to follow God's plan,
not the world system of employment for everyone throughout their life. We
thought that was good; but we now see it is enslavement to an unnecessary
lifestyle that causes our world problems including pollution of our air, land,
water and food making young and old diseased. It continues an energy crisis,
will create more war and immigration and cause many big government payrolls to
pay for social welfare programs that FORCE people to help others by taking taxes
from their paychecks. God's way is true freedom.God promises rain
in due season and healthy crops, animals and people and peace in the land for
following His word as written, or terror and 4 x 7 curses for going our own way.
MOST OF AFRICA need RAIN. This man has read of God's ways and can be a great
blessing to Mali even well before any election.
We need more leaders of this quality in the U.S.!But seeing how many
young people come to North America for school and then stay, becoming successful
but denying the benefits of their education to their own people, I am grateful
he chose to return and help lift up his country. Best wishes to
It scares me when people talk of politicians on "divine missions."
Theocracies we do not need. He sounds like an honest man. That, we
Wow! If I were eligible, you'd have my vote!
Would that all aspiring politicians of every country in the world have the
vision and integrity of this young man. May God smile brightly on his hope for
the future of his own nation and the world. What an inspiring young man! Thank
you for sharing this. Hope the people will rally to support him all the way.
Having known Yeah Samake and his family for about 7 years, I can assure you that
he is a man of integrity. Please consider coming to a fundraiser in Salt Lake
City on May 7th to help prepare Future-President Yeah Samake with the financial
support to fulfill his divine mission and lead his people in Mali. He has also
been a very fine example to the youth in Utah and his story is incredibly
Yeah was one of my students at BYU. He's a remarkable man. He will succeed
because of his goodness and passion for helping people. Give him whatever help
and support you can!
Very inspiring. I hope he's successful in Mali.The sad thing is, his
stances on education, healthcare, and the environment would probably prevent him
from being elected to the Utah legislature.
I know and have worked with Yeah. What you see is what you get: a man of
integrity and honesty. We would be so blessed in the U.S. with this kind of
What a champ! I hope he wins.
A country can learn from the example of one man. Follow the principles you know
to be true, Brother Samake, and I know you will have success in your
undertakings!!I lived in Africa for 3 years and know the people I
came into contact with there were hungry for knowledge and hungry for
opportunity. Bro Samake, my high hopes and fervent prayers go out for you.
What an outstanding individual! I wish him success in transforming his country!