Barack Obama Family Images

May 9, 2011 by Post Team 

Barack Obama Family ImagesBarack Obama Family Images, The Barack Obama H Foundation, a charitable organization American start-up and run by the U.S. president’s brother, has been accused of fraud.

Washington watchdog group, the National Legal and Policy Center made the accusation last week in a formal complaint with the IRS and the U.S. Post Office.
The group has accused the organization of “solicit tax-deductible contributions from the public, but is not tax exempt,” said NLPC’s website.

What the organization is said to have done – announces that it has nonprofit status, while presumably not – can equate to fraud.
The organization says that aid poor Kenyans. But he is accused of lying about being federally recognized amid accusations do not know where the money goes.

‘Roy’ Obama Abon’go Malik, 53, half brother of the President, the charity game in 2008 when Obama was running for president, names it after their father.

Great in the goal, the website reports on charity mission is “to provide people everywhere with the resources to raise their welfare and standard of living in the memory of Barack H. Obama. In the region of birth, Kenya and beyond ‘

The organization says it has provided clean water in Kenya Siaya District, built a Muslim school and is currently building an internal magnet, according to the New York Post.

But the only evidence that any of these claims, according to the newspaper, are some photos on the website.

Despite being forced to submit their expenses to the IRS, the charity has not done so, the newspaper said.

Nobel Peace Prize recipient Professor Ken Rutherford led a college trip to the Obama family village of Kogelo in 2009. When he met the President half-brother of the group allegedly became suspicious and decided to give his donation of 400 pounds of medical supplies to a local clinic instead.
“We did not know what was going to do with them,” said Professor Rutherford The Post. Malik said he felt may have been an “operator.”

Despite claiming to be tax-exempt, federally recognized non-profit, Baysden Alton Ray, a former State Department employee whose house of charity was founded in 2008, admitted that the organization has not requested an exemption taxes.
“We have not been able to find someone with the expertise to do this,” he told The Post. “We are informal exploration of a CEO, someone who knows how to record the charity.”

“If they have not requested (VAT) exemption can not promise donors that contributions are deductible,” said charity expert Marcus Owens, a lawyer and former official of the IRS The Post.
Malik Obama, an accountant by profession, told the Post that the foundation was “in process” of becoming a registered charity, which operates with a budget of 250,000 y.
Malik is one of the few Muslims in a village of 4,000 Christians, with a mosque on private property, the Post reported. He recently caused a stir by acquiring a third wife, adolescence.

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