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PostSubject: FF News: My Father. The President   Thu Apr 21, 2011 9:28 pm

'Dreams From My Father,'

~~The WoW Starts Now...'

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Chapter One

This is my true love story with falling in love with 'The PrinCe of my Dreams...' Omar Abdulla....Since it was the year 2025 we had worked on several trends and learn't from our folks the importance of yesterday, the meaning of tomorrow and the risk of the future...I am a South African white woman who wrote this story more than five years ago and with the support and guidance of my friends, my community 'my dreams,' and my ambitions I am able to tell the story that would perhaps leave shadows- of- passion in ones heart,ones mind, ones body and ones spirit...

I heard stories about Abdulla long before he became President of South Africa and since we have had endless-moments discussing his past, his present and his future I have learn't that he has always stood with the teachings of his father...His father who turns 81 this summer says that his son had worked 'hard and smart,' to achieve his dreams from his father...Abdulla who has worked to become one of the nations 'Superstars,' has become a well-known celebrity in South Africa and internationally...My story of meeting and falling in love with Omar starts in early 2010 where he 'smirked and joked,' with me at a local party...

At that stage when we met he had just completed his Bcom in Risk Management and was studying the importance of leaders who left a 'successful footprint,' in society. I am from a middle-upper class family whilst Omar is from the community of Durban where he grew up...After him completing with his degree at the University of Natal his family traveled to a nearby Gauteng community-Laudium...My name is Alison Kells and this is my story with falling in love with a guy whom perhaps knew what the future held for both of us...When he first traveled from Natal to Pretoria he had dreams to pursue his dreams by working for the local Johannesburg Stock Exchange...

Alison: Perhaps the day will come when I see the shadows- of- passion who follow me in my sleep..

Omar: Oh Hello-Alison...How are you doing...You seem so distant lately with me, what's cooking goodlooking...!

This was the first Saturday that I had met with Omar at a local community bazaar...At that time Omar was not this power-hungry personality because I suppose he had the backing of his entire family...What attracted me to Omar was not his sense of humor-it was his 'touch of class,' that perhaps had even me bedazzled and dazzed...Whilst the community of South Africa might value this written assignment by me, I am still doing my best to showcase his talent to the best of my ability...You see, as a White woman I have become accustomed to people who learn from their fathers....I learn't from Omar, from the first experience that family was the key to success towards ones mind, ones body, ones heart and ones spirit....

I grew up in Gauteng in the community of South Africa where the country is probably run by business sharks who 'think they know it all...' I've always read American media about the girl who falls in love with PrinCe Charming, but to me the risk of running for the South African presidency prompted me to 'focus my attention,' on this guy whom I saw long before the world knew about him...When Omar and I finally fell in love he always said that his greatest teaching was from the teachers who taught him the importance of 'doubling ones risk,' on the o p p o r t u n i t y of tomorrow...I was 18 years old when I met with Omar in 2010 and he was 26, a mere e i g h t years older than me...

I've always admired a person who stood tall based on his own achievements and not of those who stood on other people's shoulders...I was quite a dreamer myself before I met Omar, and perhaps I was saving myself for a person who could 'win my heart,' quickly and with the utmost of class, elegance, finesse and love...His words will always leave a f o o t p r i n t in my heart when I often read stories about him in the local newspaper and related websites....Sometimes I sit at night thinking how I supported and loved Omar for him to be where he is today...I guess in the year 2010, I was mixed up as to what I wanted and chose this dude who taught me that with s i m p l e words he could stem my heart into something 'out of this world...'



When films were released about Omar regarding his media profile I started to get attracted to this guy who actually had 'spunk&funk,' even on and off the camera...At that time he was working with the South African Stock Exchange with business mergers and international companies...I knew that if Omar, could just see me once he would be attracted to me because firstly I was a young white female and secondly I knew that Omar had taste in style when it comes to women....Although I have heard that he dated bombshells as girlfriends he had never dated a white-woman who could compete his aggressive and prowling personality....The second time I met with Omar was when he called me from his office stating that he wanted to meet me on the basis of creating a 'community leadership project,' for the local community....

Omar: Hello Alison-he said...I am confirming the meeting for Sunday Evening so that we can discuss what we spoke about at the community bazaar last month...

Alison: I will be available for two hours but you will have to hurry as I have meetings booked up the entire week...

Omar: Okay, then see you then...

I enjoyed to meet my people who showed interest in my business...Although when I met with Omar I was 18, I still had a matric examination behind my name...I remember it was April 2010 when he called me to discuss a business proposition he had with me....I remember at that time I was seeking employment in the local community as anything, as long as I could work for someone and add value to some-one's business....So when we met on that treasured Sunday Evening, the door-bell rang....I knew it was him, so I sprayed on a little extra of my favourite perfume....DKNY.....

Alison: I waited for you, the entire day....How are you doing...Did you receive my job CV for the job opportunity at your firm....

Omar: Yes, I did, I have read some of your achievements and think that you have such a long way to go...Perhaps we could discuss what features of yours you would like to work towards to further enhance your career....he said...

Alison: I have been so confused as to what I want in the future....I am only 18 years old and I feel that my parents have given me so much...Sometimes I think that they have over-invested in their daughter....

Omar: (Laughs)- Well, someday you will thank me for coming to visit you today...I know that you have worked towards your dreams Alison, yet I feel that I can help 'bring you up,' if you join our business enterprise in this week...he said...

Not to sound 'too happy,' I tried to play it safe by asking him what basic requirements I should adhere to including salary packages and the opportunity for 'outstanding work...'

I remember when I met him on that Sunday Evening, he looked more handsome then the first time I seen him...I remember one of his friends told me that Omar is like a freak who gets hotter and hotter 'each day...'

We kept on speaking and talking about his business, but somehow I felt that his business-talk was a ploy to try one of his tricks...I have heard that Abdulla always had a way in which he approached his women...Although I was only 18 at that time, I always dream't of meeting a guy who really worked with the way he thinks....In those days I was the type of girl who sat at home, waiting for people to approach me and use their energy to create new talent...Abdulla said that he was working on becoming the President of South Africa and was planning to launch 'leadership speeches,' throughout the community within the year and required my support to work on his time....I figured that I had nothing to loose and not to mention that I kinda liked this guy...Before he left my home, he asked me to take a walk with him to the carpark where he parked his car....

Alison: My papa taught me to have respect for the gentlemen I meet for business and pleasure and I am asking you if you had one wish what would you wish for....I said....

Omar: If I had one wish, I would wish for a thousand more...he said...

Alison: I sighed and said that if you really care for someone how would you show it in the most dynamic way...

Omar: Well, I have been in love before, so I would not truly know the meaning of love...I have decided to think about your job opportunity and will call you later tomorrow...he said...

Alison: I have never really looked at an Indian male with so much lust, magic, happiness and style in my heart....I wanted to ask him, if he wanted to take a drive at eleven, in the evening-but figured that as an White female he would not appreciate if I led the cards if I asked him on another meeting....

This was the time in my life where I did not know what to do as towards the future of what Omar and I dream't about....Over the next few months we continued to chat and speak about what people in South Africa would like to see as a 'changing mechanism,' that could heal the wounds of the past....I remember one evening he said that the past of South African's was not as bad as foreign investors had said....I was quickly learning from Omar because of his speed and coping mechanisms within the 'uBuntu of South Africa...'

During the Winter of October 2010, Omar was being sought-off selfish towards his ideas because he was constantly being pulled apart by his friends who complained about his lack of passion on days that Sabbath leaders in Polokwane will remember....It was almost a year that Omar and I had since met and I was starting to feel as though that I could not push him too hard or too fast because I loved him so much, more than perhaps his own family will dare...

Alison: So Omar, perhaps we should consider marriage since we have been dating for the last one year with you being all 'quirky with me,' in these months.....

Omar: You Know Alison, Marriage is something our g r a n d p a r e n t s prepare for us....We have to remember and consider our teachings from our fathers to understand what they want for us...In the olden days, we could not just say we want to marry someone and it happens....Falling in love with a person is one thing and one should consider the other spectrum of the rainbow....

I remember writing in my journal that evening returning from the local Moyo restaurant in Johannesburg stating what he said....

I remember at an early age of 26 in that October 2011 Omar seemed to have it all including the materialistic possessions of life including me, me, me and me......

Well, not to sound too loving to him, he did have it all to me....Here was a guy that every person in the Gauteng Area of South Africa believed in and all he could do was talk about the 'holy grail of his father.....'

His father Akber Abdulla bought his son a Ferrari at age 25 where he thought that his son will reap billions of rands for investors on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange...Mr. Akber Abdulla did not care much about me as Alison because he perhaps left his son Omar in my 'safe hands...'

The Year 2011 'Will Always,' be remembered by me, because Omar and I wed in October 2011, where we settled in one of the biggest homes in South Africa....It was too quickly for me to record every moment Omar and I shared and thus the creation of this book on behalf of my Omar and I....'My Father, The President....'

Barack Obama will perhaps be remebered as the American President who became 'famous and popular,' within months of releasing his book...'Dreams from my Father....'

When Omar and I married in October 2011, i was tuned into the everyday lifestyle of an Indian....I am a white-female and to me marrying an Indian male seemed 'new to the both of us...." In early 2012, Omar and I decided that it was time to put his 'presidential dreams,' into action by launching speeches and talk shows in Gauteng....At that time, Omar was relatively new to politics and as a businessman he could use his 'twin power,' to win friends in Parliament....

We had been married only two years with the birth of our first daughter Sakeena....Sakeena was borne on the day that Omar and I celebrated our two year anniversary....I was only twenty-one years old and here I was with a new-born child and my Omar to take care off...In 2012, Sakeena grew up fast with 'magic moments,' that the local community newspaper shared...I remember Omar sitting in the nursery 'singing and humming,' to his little one....For me, it was more about the children than the growth of Omar's dreams because I knew if I followed his heart and mind I would always realize his 'future dreams....'

Alison: Omar, do you think that one day our children will love us the way we love our own parents?

Omar: Well Alison, If my children love me half as much as I love my parents I will be happy....

Alison: If you were to compare your growing up to the growing-up that you went through what would you say love...?

Omar: Hmmm...I think and ponder sometimes that my childhood was very much normal...My father was always my backbone and my mum was my 'greatest seller....'

Alison: We are living alone in this big home and we have always had guests comparing their lifestlye to ours, do you think that my love for you shows within these walls....I mean Omar-Who would ever get to now the 'love-bite moments,' we share....

Omar: Haha....Please switch off the lights I have a long day tomorrow baby....

It was then that I realized that although I thought of myself as alone as a human being that being brought-up by my parents was 'my world...' I guess living with Omar changed my perception to 'open my telescope view towards the future....'

2012 for South African's was a challenge with the National Olympic Games, The Vodacom Super Cup, The Footprints Champions Trophy and the Gunstun July....Omar and I always made it a point to attend to all national affairs as he was grooming himself towards leading South Africa at the helm....Many moments stuck out in our relationship in 2012 because we toured Cape Town, Durban and many Oceanic communities that showed interest in the businesses that we were promoting....

Sakeena was growing up as a normal child would grow with her taking her first steps on her first birthday...I remember Omar and I had a special birthday party for her with her favourite cartoon character 'Mickey Mouse....'

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'My Father, The President...'
Chapter Two

Since I was born in 1992 as Alison Kells I have remembered the teachings from my parents and today the 7 of December 2013 I can safely say 'Thank You...' Growing up my Sakeena has always been a dream of Omar and mine's since we wed in October 2011....I found myself pregnant again with my second child-Akber...Omar has said that his first son be named after his father Akber....2012, and 2013 were breeze years for 'The Abdulla family,' as their children were growing with the teachings of the Almighty...Although I am borne Christian my Muslim name is XXXXXX....I remember crying to myself when I tucked Sakeena in bed that night praying that her brother Akber loves her the way her parents Omar and Alison loves her....

'Oh Lord, please forgive me for the sins that I have committed....Oh Lord, I pray that my daughter grows up to be bigger than her parents wishes for her....Oh Lord, I pray that you be the 'sound, touch, taste and love,' in my words when growing my little one's up....Oh Lord, My Akber is being borne in November, please let him be borne with the success of his father and the love of his mother....Oh Lord, I pray that my husband stop being so 'naughty-by nature,' with me and concentrate on his 'Presidential Dreams....' Oh Lord, I pray that every wish I think be created in reality..." Ameen....

That was my prayer that evening and within the next few weeks I worked as hard as I can to prepare Omar for concerts in all national cities....In 2013, Omar was being interviewed and advertised on almost all forms of media and all I could do was pray, pray and pray for his today.....I remember after one speech at a local stadium, I remember him bringing me up on stage saying....

"South African's have to learn the importance of respect in relationships...We have all made mistakes in our past and all we can do is improve our thinking to become 'role-models,' to our youth and future leaders...'

In February 2012, I had joined several organizations and leadership programs to prepare what the future would hold for both of us....One thing I loved about Omar was the fact that he 'always,' supported what I did...At that time I wanted to discover about life, I attended as many motivational and speech programs for him because I k n e w one day he would shine beyond the millions of headlines about him....In 2013, Omar had become this mega-superstar to local South African's and many community leaders had his name on their lips....Many of the headlines read; 'Abdulla 'tops,' World Number One,' Is Abdulla ready to tackle the SA presidency? 'Abdulla 'eyes,' rate drops,'

In 2013 Omar and I were perhaps at the peak of our love interest or so I thought....We could often snuggle up and watch the sun rise, some days we would sit watching films and some days we would sought ourselves out by 'playing childish games,' with each other....My mother Zustermina had taught me that Indians have a certain way that they do things and follow that trend their entire lives....Sure enough, Omar had loved me for my sexy legs and 'boombastic personality,' but I wanted to know more about this guy that was the father of my children...Could he be the guy that I could remain married to for fifty years as I originally dreamed when playing with Cinderella and 'The PrinCe...'

Many stories were perhaps untold towards the last two years since we got married in 2011...I will always remember the 'mystery gifts,' that I often received from Omar....In 2012, before the national elections, Omar had visited the United States to meet with heads of Senate in the U.S....Whilst Omar was abroad I took the time to teach Sakeena the importance of what a mother is....We would often attend 'Mother and Daughter,' contests that enabled her a better future when she grows up....Omar's family had stood with me, whilst he was away, and I always knew that he would return in a couple of months....He had traveled to the United States in 2012, because he wanted to discover 'new trends,' that could aid everyday South African's....

When Omar, returned from the United States and Akber was born, it was time that things got hectic for the both of us....Sure enough, we had just celebrated our three year anniversary and something deep-down inside of me wanted more....Although many of the story books that I read at University and to my children were driven with the fact that one-day I could escort my children to the best of schools and universities....One evening, Omar had shared some interesting information to me....

Omar: Alison, I feel as though we are doing our best towards the future of ourselves today, and I somehow feel that the original dreams that we had since we got married are somehow-tainted.....

Alison: Omar, I have been warning you to stop working so hard....I have often sent messages to you to not work too hard especially when your energy is 'as high as a kite...'

Omar: I am feeling that my father's dreams are slowly being realized and the friends that I have worked towards are all happy with the returns that I have provided for them....I have lost the youth that I once had and want so much more....I was thinking that our morning jog should be increased from 30 minutes to 45 minutes....

Alison: Omar, I know that you have so much to be proud about and yet I sometimes realize that your dreams are too much for me....Our children are still 'young at heart,' and you only turning 30 this October.....

Omar: My father has become older with the passage of time and I feel that everytime I am with him, I either get 'smacked and kicked,' or 'loved and appreciated....' My confidence levels are beaming to say the least, yet I have discovered that our emotions are mixed....

Alison: Baby, we have had so many memories in these l a s t three years, and I have never done anything to harm or destroy your reputation...I feel that the people that we learn from should be friends otherwise there won't be trust for the future....

Omar: Hmmm...What do you mean our friends should have trust towards us...All we have done for the people who have come across us, is helped them....We can't do more.....I am starting to feel as though it's more about your friends than us....

Alison: Well, my dearest Omar...We were brought up differently and sometimes I like to feel appreciated by other people and not only you...You have this 'pie in the sky,' dream that one day you will run South Africa and President...What about me huh? Don't you think that I hide my feelings and thoughts to you-towards how I truly feel...

Omar: Oh Alison, stop being such a baby....We have done well, in the last three years and we will always be bedazzled by the people we meet...As you said, our children are still 'young at heart,' and our relationship should not always be about them....

It was then that I realized that as a White-female I perhaps had to become better tuned into the 'whole vibe,' of an Indian marriage....As South African's marriage is a topic that every household experiences....Sometimes we fall in love with the people whom we love, sometimes the love is ever-lasting, sometimes the love is brief and sometimes the love is forever....I guess with Omar, it seemed that the road to our love had just started and I could not wait for the next moment....In 2012, and 2013 I had discovered a 'whole new me,' towards the learning about media and how people perceive themselves as 'dreams of the community....' I had undertaken a project to learn from well-known people the importance of risk, investment, community leadership, business relationships, visualizion, motivation, 'The VIP,' and many inter-personal skills that helped mature my love towards Omar....

Being a wife of a well-known businessman and future President of South Africa has it's up's and down's....We were never short of anything in the house and our children were perhaps more spoilt then how Omar and I grew up....The bedroom life was 'fantastic,' but I knew that we could discover so much more, if he allowed me the opportunity to 'drive his d r e a m s...'

Footprints Filmworks in 2012 had been ranked as the f a s t e s t growing business in South Africa with turnover exceeding two hundred-billion rand....To me- it was never about the money, because my parents had taught me 'survival skills,' to discover the eclipse of life....Here I was with two children at 23, and all that I could do that Saturday afternoon was pour a glass of ice-tea for Omar and to discuss his ideas about what our relationship had become....

Alison: Omar, if you could change the past of the last 29 years of your life, what would you change or what would you improve in your everyday lifestyle....?

Omar: I think times change people, and over time people change....When I was young in school I was known as 'The Playboy,' that snooped all the girls in the park...After I discovered the meaning of life in my early twenties, I chose more from life, you know...Like if you see something before it happens....I always wanted to give my children the best in all forms of the game....Billions of rands traded on any exchange in the world could not 'double,' the experiences I have or had....How about you....??

Alison: I know for a fact that I would marry you everyday of my life....I feel as though that love is perhaps undervalued in the modern world we live in....Whatever happened to the experiences that 'our forefathers,' had with their wives....Honestly Omar, I feel that love is in the details and if we work 'as a team,' we could never loose, especially if you portray yourself the way you do in the community and our beloved country....

Omar: Oh how 'cute...' Growing up who were your role-models and what was your idea about the future of yourself, your country, your dreams and your 'love-interest...'

Alison: (Chuckles:) My love interest will always be you Omar, because I realized a long time ago that the man who 'kisses,' me the way you do, will be my friend for life....I always had you in my diary Omar, long before you became a reality...In school my role models were my teachers and some of my friends...If you are talking about global history I would say George Washington, Sachin Tendulkar, Barack Obama, my sisters, my brothers, my father, my mother and many friends I met along the way....I would say Omar Abdulla 'tops,' my list....

Omar: Well, I'd better....I like George Washington, because I learn't about his ideas about the old-style America...I guess that our styles from the early days have changed somewhat....I have always loved music, the arts, business and you.....Now we have Sakeena and Akber so I want to do my best for them and our 'little family...'

Our little family tree had just started and Omar had dreams to achieve one of his fathers wishes for him-to achieve his treasured prize of e i g h t children....I remember that when he told me that he wants to focus his attention on e i g h t children I thought that my children should be as 'smart,' as Akber Abdulla because of his crackling-brain talk to Omar....Omar was young and as a father of two I could see that he was happy with what he currently has-but wanted the opportunity to realize his father's dreams....His President of South Africa title will become a reality in 2023 where he leads South Africa as the national head....

2013 was like a light year for the both of us, as Omar had worked with government members in Parliament...He had met all 447 members of Parliament paying special attention to the Minister of Finance, Minister of Defence, Minister of Education, Minister of Health, Minister of Inter-relationships, Minister of Transport, Minister of Home Affairs and Minister of Footprints Stock Markets....As the wife of Omar in 2013, I often met and spoke to these leaders of our country at the comfort of our home....I remember once the Minister of Defence had said that our home was more like a castle than a home....The Minister of Defence had liked my design of the castle including the children's bedrooms, the dining-rooms, the patio and the sun-room...

Days were numbered for Omar in 2013 as his businesses were starting to blossom, especially the new businesses that he had invested in....I remember Omar often purchased shares in newly listed companies on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange as a way of hedging his investments into his own businesses....Omar had somewhat of a relationship-antenna when he invested in other forms of businesses....I remember at that time he often spoke to his stock broker to invest in shares Pick and Pay, Vodacom, Harmony, Anglo-Platinum, Footprints Investments LTD, Nismedia, Trudon and Edcon...The companies were being traded on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange where Omar had invested a sum of R888 million rand in 2013....He had expected that the positions he took in the market would reap a 88 percent return in three months....Omar's other businesses that he invested in included businesses with no capital but had the backing of a substantial potential....Omar was more like a Venture Capital investor to these businesses who wanted to grow their businesses beyond the 'normal growth rate,' of the 502 000 businesses in South Africa....

Alison: Omar, what is your favourite tool when investing into any business that you were to invest in....??

Omar: I love to invest into new talent and a new opportunity for someone to generate a profit...The olden days of trade had all revolved around the basis of profit on goods or services....Over the past I have invested into 'paper forms of return,' and over time I learn't that stock is also a good form of investment...Like for retail and wholesale merchants and your day-to-day traders who earn a daily income...

Alison: If you were to compare your investment risk to the Warren Buffet's and Bill Gates of the world where would you fit in....??

Omar: I created my first million at 16, my first billion at 25 and my hundren billion rand target was reached last year....My richest man in the world target would be reached in 2020 if my investments go 'according to plan...' I guess the key to any type of investment of business is 'know your product...' It might sound old-fashioned but as the old dogs of history including Ben Bernanke and Alan Greenspan would say; 'Investment into the future of ones potential is the best return,' or 'Invest in yourself that way you e m p o w e r others around you...."

Alison: Lekker, Lekker-Wanna play a game....

Omar: Sure, why not....I am a bit tired after a long day Alison, what's on your mind...What you want to play...

Alison: Trival Pursuit....

Omar: Haha, you study the answers to the questions all day and when I return from office you want to test me....Sure go-ahead....

Alison: Which is the hottest planet in the solar system....??

Omar: Mercury...!

Alison: Good....What is the name of the first person I fell in love with....??

Omar: Oh come on, I thought we going to be serious...Obviously his name is Omar...

Alison: Good Answer....What is the national brand drink of Bombay...

Omar: Bombay Krush?

Alison: Yes Baby....Another one...Who is the current Prime Minister of Britain??

Omar: Sir Richard Branson...

Alison: Well Done again...Last one before bed love...What is the the warmest sea in the world....

Omar: The Red Sea...Now I'm going to bed...Remember your promise to me...We have to create a new child in the morning...I will wait for your call...I love you Alison...

Alison: I love you more Omar....



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My Father, The President
Chapter Three

Things were s t a r t i n g to look flush for the community of South Africa in late 2013 as members from the community were pushing Abdulla towards his presidential dreams promised to more than fifty million people...He had learn't from the 'top dogs,' of history in South Africa including President Paul Kruger, President F W De Klerk, President Nelson Mandela and President Jacob Zuma...Although Abdulla was being motivated by community leaders to join the Democratic Alliance his final call came when he joined the African National Congress as Minister of Finance...2013 was a year that took the 'toll on the both of us,' as we were touring the community of South Africa to meet with members from Parliament and the local community....Omar was fast becoming the 'nations patriot,' with his 'uBuntu,' speeches in Laudium, Lenasia, Midrand, Mamelodi, Soweto, Secunda, Rylands and Roshnee...

It had become clear from the outset that w o r d s was something that Abdulla always thought about...Sometimes he would not come to bed dreaming about the messages he wanted to share to the audiences that one day would realize his dream of leading South Africa as President....Although Abdulla 'always held my hand,' when attending functions of 'The uBuntu,' I always felt a sense of calmness when he took the stage....At times audiences would wait outside stadium gates for as long as two-three hours before he spoke....His first televised appearance was at the Union Building's on 14 February 2014 where he addresssed community leaders about the future and 'ways of creating employement to everyday South African's....'

"We can all think that we attract a certain income at a certain stage in our lives, yet we should put that 'extra effort,' towards improving all sectors in the country..." he said....

It was at that time in my life that Omar and I were somewhat starting to deepen our feelings for each other....He had ample experience in the 'corporate world,' and I was starting to actually believe his 'stupid presidential talk...'

He once told me that President Jacob Zuma had told him that a true president is not created by a master, a true president is created by puppet-masters of the West...

I always was with Omar during 2014 and was planning on becoming a better person towards my family...Since it was the year 2014 I had become one of the nations 'most admired female,' because of my willingness to learn from my husband...You see, as a South African white-woman I have always followed the teachings from my mother and the 'attitude and altitude,' of my father...As a personal thing, I always dream't of O m a r when 'days were dark,' and 'moments were high....'

Many community leaders were starting to queue to meet Abdulla in 2014 with him acting in more than fifteen films...His media profile had become 'the most viewed,' since Michaels Jackson's death...His voice was in the hearts of South African's who 'asked for change, and a better tomorrow....'

We would often visit rural and urban communities sharing the moments we shared....Sakeena and Akber had grown to the age where they were starting to 'teeth their emotions....' They were starting school next year and I could feel that their father should be their backbone before he tackles his 'ambition,' with community friends and leaders....I was told that the local schools provided by the Gauteng Department of Education was 'up-to speed,' with the current education levels and enrolled Sakeena in nursery and Akber stayed at home with me....I was studying a degree in Human Resources and thought that my degree could help Omar towards his 'backing power...'

My friends had always told me that I should remain 'stable,' when being in the company of our future President of South Africa...As Alison, I was quickly being admired by the local community for the 'hard and smart,' work I brought to the Abdulla family...I had preferred to keep my name as Alison Kells instead of Alison Abdulla as I thought that his surname might offend him...I quickly realized that I was right....

When things were rosy for us in 2014, we would often visit local restaurants, contests, matches and games from the community of S o u t h A f r i c a....I always liked Omar's smile and the way he looked from a certain angle...To me- Omar was always 'alive and fresh,' and I always thought of my husband as the man of my dreams who would lead me towards 'my own personal growth...'

My personal growth was seeing that the daily work of the home be done and that included cleaning and preparing, changing and recharging, reading and writing, loving and being, sharing and caring, cooking and teaching and 'being the best w i f e in the world...' If Omar wanted me to help him achieve his dream of e i g h t children I would be right by his-side....I never knew Omar in school and I took on the excercise to do some research on my husband before he met me...Some of his friends said that 'it was his walk,' some said that it was 'his vibe,' others said that it was 'his eyes,' whilst the majority said that it was the way he loved me....I remember one afternoon we sat by the pool-side and spoke...

Omar: I have been so alone in my heart, and I feel that I have somehow lost so-much of the distribution I once had....I sometimes think that my father's teachings are only starting to penetrate my mind....

Alison: What do you mean love??

Omar: I am feeling that the challenges that I had a long time ago mean nothing to me now...I feel as though the losses that I incurred in the past was a slow-paced way of teaching me my true ambition...I feel as though that I am a staff member to every single business in the world and I sometimes forget to remember the treasured words that 'once crept our love...' I feel as though that my statue's of tomorrow are starting to be created by 'magicians of hand and glove...'

Alison: Oh Sexy Omar, what happened to your stories about 'Pyaar-Pyaar-Pyaar...'

Omar: Haha, Well I know that my growth is measured according to the memories that I have...I have become one of the nations 'most popular,' personalities and all I can think about is tomorrow and the 'thrill of the future....' Do you think that sometimes I fail to appreciate today...

Alison: Oh love, Yesterday is buried, today is now, tomorrow is a legend and the future is your 'family...' So why not take a leap at life and you might build your wings on the way down...

Omar: Hmmm...Our son has grown to become so handsome and I love the way he copies what you do...I want our family to become a family that has the highest of respect locally and internationally...

Alison: Omar, do you think family is the foundation for every South African, or do you think as an Indian you have that Traditional upbringing...?

Omar: I was brought up with higher than normal teaching methods...I would often attend class till midnight, sometimes I would stay up more than forty hours to reap the thoughts of trillions...

Alison: So Omar, where would you see our Diamond Anniversary...??

Omar: The Diamond is the 60th anniversary....Well I hope I would follow in the footprints of some of the Legends I have learn't from including President Fidel Castro, President Nicholas Sarkozy, President Gordan Brown and President Mahinda Rajapaksa...

Alison: I have to pick Sakeena up from school, speak to you later...By the way, I love the new BMW surprise for my birthday...Red is my favourite color...

Businesses were becoming popular in 2014 with the net turnover of South Africa exceeding R700 trillion rand...This was the most improved sector in South Africa with Abdulla fast leading the polls as President of South Africa....I remember I always spoke to him till the late hours in the evening, preparing his wishes that he had always taught and thought about...The economy was buzzing with 'new power,' with new inventions including the The Time Machine, The SA Space Station, The 'Matter VS Velocity stokveld,' and The 'creation of cheap nuclear energy...'

Businesses in South Africa was becoming the nations pride with importers and exporters from South Africa, Spain, France, Finland, United States, United Arab Emirates, Brazil and Bermuda flooding local waters...The import and export sector alone had increased revenue by 81 percent in the last quarter....

Omar was becoming the nations 'heartrob,' by constantly dealing with members from the SA community...He had realized that 'investment by chance,' was the best-investment for the future....

2014 was a year that experienced the coldest winter with temperatures below 18 degrees in most provinces...It was also reported that the country experienced snowfall in Northern Cape, Eastern Cape, Western Cape and Southern Cape...The country had become 'our destination,' as Omar and I 'chopped and pressed,' towards o u r personal dreams....together....

When things were starting to look good and the country had lossed the reputation of a crime-riddled country, the country had become gifted with 'new national talent,' in the form of National Dance Games, National Lotteries, National Gambling and National Branding....

I remember Omar and I visited Spain in 2014 where he told me that this was our extended honeymoon...Our children Sakeena and Akber had to have a break from their fathers constant ambition to be 'bigger than his outer being....'

Spain was a country that rivetted me because we could shop with oars...That was something different because I could shop on a river bay...This was something new to me because Spain was a country that won the World Cup in 2010...I had never thought that a country in Europe could be so beautiful with so much elegance and atmosphere....Omar and I had spent three weeks in Spain and later visited London, Lisbon, Paris and Southale in Europe...I have always wanted to experience the o u t s k i r t s of Europe because I read stories about the forfathers of history in Europe including Adolf Hitler, Winston Churchill, Princess Diana and Prince William....

Omar: Are you ready to love me everyday Alison....??

Alison: I'm ready...

Alison: I was thinking that we should write a story of your life....You know like a book called 'My Father, The President....'

Omar: What does that suppose to mean...I am not even quarter way towards realizing my dream to be President of South Africa....

Alison: A book would be nice...Besides-I have all the time in the world, and I would love to write about my 'hubby,' Omar Abdulla as the President of South Africa in the future....

Omar: Could we take that risk...I mean what if I don't become the President of South Africa, I would be the laughing stalk of the country....

Alison: Well lets do this....Let's write the book, create a simple website and who knows we might turn the book into a film....??

Omar: Hmmmm....I love my father Alison, but writing a book on behalf of myself would do what?

Alison: Look Omar, a book or whatever has your title on it- it will create a storm not only towards your dreams but mine's as well...

Omar: Meaning??

Alison: Well, I will write the book and you tell me....What you say...

Omar: No promises, but hey, I am with you all the way love....

In October 2014 I decided that I wanted to write the book 'My Father, The President,' on behalf of Omar because I felt that it was the risk to write about a Man that will be the son of South Africa in 2023...

"I am the son to my parents, what would be the difference as the son of a country..." he once asked me...

Days were short and empty in 2015 as we worked 'hard and smart,' in preparation for the national elections in 2015...I remember there were days that were so short that I at times felt that my time was moving faster than normal...Omar and I had often had meetings with leaders from all over the community and meeting the people always brought 'a certain thrill,' to my life....Our children were following in our dreams for them and I figured that if we were going to reach the treasured target of eight children, I might as well ask Omar if we could renew our vows and plan for another child....

In the alter Omar sat on the pew and prayed to the Almighty...Although Omar was borne Muslim he had learn't the teachings from the Holy Prophets of time including Prophet Adam, Prophet Essa, Prophet Musa and Prophet Muhammed (S.A.W.).... To Omar, a son was more than the symbol than the meaning behind the w o r d s....

I remember one day he said that at times he would reflect on his life and did not care to share-less because his meaning would mean something else to someone else...When Omar finally gave me the green-light towards our third child we w e r e pregnant again....

Sakeena had passed her grade one examination with flying colors and Akber had just started with nursery...Our homes that he had purchased and the assets that we invested in were slowly brewing the returns that we had expected....Omar had lost his attitude about his childhood because he felt that the only way to grow himself is grow his family, his country, his people and 'his businesses...'

Choosing a name for our third child was a mission on it's own...Although I am Afrikaaner I was asked by his memon Muslim family to choose a name that would suite both religions....I remember that when I gave birth to my second daughter I had more tears in my eyes than the first time I gave birth...I had done ample research about babies and the offspring of birth-but this time it was different because I guess that I was only 27 and a mother of three....

We had thought about the third child's name and decided that the child be given the birth name of Fathima....I was told that Fathima was the Egyptian Princess from the times of 'The Pharoahs...'

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Chapter Four
My Father, The President

Things were starting to look 'frail and bleak,' for us since we started the book...'My Father, The President...' Omar had met up in an accident in 2011 and had some major mis-haps in 2011, that proved that our wedding in 2011 was a success...Omar had been rushed to hospital for just a few weeks before we got married...I remember those days because they were the first time that we met....When we married in 2011 we went to Durban to celebrate our 'happy night...'

T h i n g s were starting to get back to normal after Omar spent several nights in hospital...Apparently he was robbed by criminals and rushed to the hospital for bad bruising and attempted murder on his life...When it was said that his book 'My Father, The President,' was to be released Omar received many death threats from all of which today whom he knows about....When I was pregnant with Fathima in early 2015, I was also starting to feel a sense of uselessness because of my lack of ambition and the fact that I was so ill-from the bottom to the top of my tummy...

I could remember Omar being rushed to hospital in 2011 after being mugged saying that he will capture the people who put him in a hospital wheel chair....From then on, Omar has had a fracture on his right ear that prevents him from hearing strong sounds....This was lucky for the both of us as Omar alnost died in 2011 and I could remember this because I was admitted to the same hospital that Fathima was borne....In 2011, his hospital experience was a bonding for us, because never in my life did I see Omar so weak and unsure...We w e r e adament to put the people who put him in hospital behind bars....We later discovered that his hospital experience was once-off and here I was giving birth to Fathima....I was 27 years old and Omar was 34 years where many would say at the peak of his life....I was starting to feel pain in my tummy and my two children Sakeena and Akber were by my side....I could not take the pain....It was too sore....Although I had read about hospital nightmares this was too much for me....I would sit at night praying to the Almighty to heal my pain and lick my wounds....My husband would only come in the morning and I felt as though I wanted time to 'fly-me by...'

When Fathima was borne in February to parents Alison and Omar I was over-the-moon....I could not believe the memories shared between us on that day...We had taken pictures and video's on this day that celebrated the birth of our third child....Our third child Fathima was named after Omar's mother Fathima and his nanny Fathima....

So here we were with three children-Sakeena, Akber and Fathima and I could slowly f e e l that my dreams were becoming a reality....We had just returned from Spain and our family life was nothing short of amazing....Omar had chosen not to work for a business company because he felt that his business Footprints Filmworks will hold us through the years....The company had celebrated it's 12th birthday last month and was grossing a net monthly turnover of over R3.6 million rand....Our dreams were somewhat reached but I could see that we both wanted more....His presidential dreams were being realized and I somewhat felt a sense of jealousy...Sure enough, We had three children and things were looking rosier- rosier than before....We had decided that June 2015 to visit my parents for two months as part of my parential time off....My mother Zutermina and my father Herman had agreed to the meeting in Pretoria....Omar had chosen to stay with us....Sakeena, Akber and Fathima had joined us....

Herman: Care for a cup of tea my son in law??

Omar: Sure

Herman: I have been doing some thinking about your family

Omar: What's on your mind good ol sir....

Herman: Well, I was thinking....With Alison's new baby and your bruising from your episode....Why don't you move here to Rustenburg....

Alison: Yeah, Honey, Rustenburg will do the best for all of us....I hate that Laudium place anyway...

Omar: What's wrong with Laudium....

Zustermina: You have just been beaten up by a gang of thugs, we can't let our son in law look like this....

Omar: Well, I was thinking more like Sandton, You know I love you all very much....

Herman: Yeah, Speak to your father, you can move in with us, and besides We would love to have our daughter back in town...

Omar: But I have businesses in Laudium, and I am planning towards SA Presidency....

Zustermina: You did say you received death threats,what is more important, the run for presidency or your children....

Omar: What about my community...?

Herman: Who cares about the community when you have a family like ours??

Omar: My community is where I earn an income from and I love the people I meet and mingle with....

Zustermina: My daughter is very important to us and I would love to see your family settle in Rustenburg....I'm sure you can earn an income here in North West?

Omar: Okay, we will move to Rustenburg, But I would prefer we build our own little home in this big farm....

Sakeena: Yipee Daddy....

Alison: Thank you love....I prefer to be out in the open than the suburban life...We could get freshier air here...And your run for South African Presidency will come....

Omar: I 'm in the mood, just to roost....I know I can somehow make a plan to market Footprints here....

Alison: I will help you....

Herman: You can move in tomorrow and live in the northern section of the house until you build your little house on the farm....

Zustermina: Did you like the donuts Omar...??

Omar: Thanks all...I'm off to bed....Sweet Dreams...

Alison: Ill be to be in a while-busy packing...I love you my huby

Omar: Same here....

We stayed with our parents through June 2015, and Omar had decided to move from Laudium to Rustenburg as part of protecting his family....His father Akber Abdulla had said that he can leave Laudium on condition he visits him on a weekly basis....Omar and his father had a wholesale business where they would supply chain stores with wholesale merchandise for resale....His Footprints Filmworks business was a side-line business that he worked on during week-ends and holidays....His father Akber Abdulla had e i g h t children all of whom I have met, including Farhana, Salima, Fatima, Zahira, Omar, Sikander, Khatija and Farida....Omar was close to all of them and visted his sister Farhana in London in April 2010....

2015 was a happy year as we celebrated Christmas with our parents and learn't the meaning of being parents....Parenthood was s o m e t h i n g new because I taught my children all forms of education from home....I opened up a small business decorating weddings and planning parties....I was told that money was not a problem and I had one of the finest BMW's....I had enrolled at the local university to complete my studies whilst Omar was busying with trade....I had learn't that an Indian man love his family more than his own beloved wife....Well, we had our passionate moments and I was planning on sharing my new-found knowledge with him....I had been tuned into being treated like a princess by my father, my husband, my children and my friends...I was not too much interested in meeting friends because I knew that would keep my window closed with my husband....At that time in my life, my children and husband came first in my life...We were treated to a vacation in Warmbaths in December 2015 with Omar and realized the importance of love, patience, power and lust....One thing I loved about Omar and that was making love to him in the early hours of the morning....

We had been married for four years and had the pleasure of three loving children but somehow I felt as though I was a grandmother....I wanted more from life....Or what life has to offer....As a white-woman I have never dated anyone or been in love with anyone besides Omar...I knew that if I walked out the door I would receive 'raving reviews,' but preferred to stay in the comfort of my home....Omar had dated more than 200 women before we tied the knot and I knew deep-down that the only one he had feelings for was me...His past was erased....His past mistakes was erased....All that was open was me and the open road....and here we continue with the book 'My father, The president,' because ultimately this book turns into a website, a newspaper, a book, a film and become a reality....

SO here, I was with three children and the sexiest legs a woman would dream about and all that I could do that final Sunday of 2015 was watch Oprah Winfrey and await the ring from my husband....We were staying with my parents on their farm, but it was something that I wanted....for the both of us....Omar's trading business was going well and Akber would complete his first year at school this year....I felt as though that all my prayers to the Almighty were being answered...I had the most amount a woman could dream about in my first national bank account....I was the envy of every mother and wife....I had Omar and so much more,....Could my children be the epitompe of my success...??

2015 was a dream year and the four years married to Omar....Apartheid was clealy 'out of the water,' otherwise I would not be married to an Indian male with the highest of wisdom, looks, personality and style...I had three children and could not wait for the next year with Omar and my children....I wrote down that evening in my diary what I wanted to achieve and the goals I chose to achieve for 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020....I learn't from my parents what fatherhood was all about, but wanted to realize the 'mother's role,' in a family not only in South Africa but to me....I guess the best part of my life would still have to come...

Omar had been selected as Minister of FInance for the Republic of South Africa....Financially we were doing well, with Omar investing large sums into the local community and other related businesses....I could feel a sense of calmness when doing business with my friends and I was happy to be settled in Rustenburg....Our small community was much more preferred than Laudium because Omar knew no-one and I had the pleasure of my husband to myself....I remember Omar had build a large home for our family on the farm that would help his trade business and other businesses that he invested in....South Africa was fast becoming the nations fastest growing country and one day I would sit at the helm with Omar when he leads South Africa not only on paper-but in reality as well....

To many this year seemed to have alot to South African's as we discovered the Cricket World Cup and many national events....I had also traded on a local stock exchange generating a return of 88 percent in the last six months....I had also taken a course on Forex so that I can trade the forex market and learn about what Omar does....To Omar, he always seen me on the computer but never realized the work I did...It was towards the end of 2015 that he started to show interest in what I do....I grew up my three children with respect, dignity, and honor and provided for them the best of education that I can....Perhaps at times I grew them up together because they were so 'inter-related,' and I loved the house Omar had built for us....Sure, we were staying on my parents farm but it was something different....I had the sexual love from Omar and the innermost love from my father and mother...We later purchased a poodle that my children loved....Omar would often ride horses on Saturday and Sunday to relax and feel the feeling of riding a stallion, something that he always spoke about....

Omar: Alison, do you think that we should plant another child before the end-of year...?

Alison: Oh God, If I had another one, I would cry myself to bed....

Omar: Well, I like this name Zakiyyah....

Alison: So what must I do....

Omar: Just think about it, please....

Alison: What are you going to do with so many children, your father has eight children and twenty one grandchildren, is it not enough....

Omar: Well, the only time we make love is for children....

Alison: Oh, you such a liar...

Omar: Let's see in the morning okies....

Alison: Did you have your milo love??

Omar: Yes, I did...Now I want you...I can't wait for the morning....

Alison: Then you have me....Red or black...

Omar: I hope it's lace...

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Chapter Five
'My Father, The President,'

Having t h r e e children at my age has it's toll on me....I had t h r e e children namely; Sakeena, Akber, and Fathima and I could feel that my mind, my body, my spirit and my h e a r t wanted more....I was married to the hottest guy in the country and received calls from women telling me that Omar was there's....Haha....Well to me, he was all mine and I was left with the task to create a president of our country from this man....He had received death threats from people saying that if he ran for SA Presidency he would die....I remember Omar told me one night 'My dream is to become president....'

And so I put his goals on top of my list...I mean any wife would do the same....I was told by Omar that the women he dated lacked 'personal skills,' and the ability to lead their own lifestyle...I guess with his memory erased made it easier for me...Or so I thought....I was to lead my man as President of South Africa, the way Barack Obama leads the United States...We did not have any of 'those moments,' if you know what I mean...At that time when I started the book, Omar was a businessman, a father and a lover but was no President...I guess what makes a President is the woman behind him than the actual man....I was told that Omar should achieve atleast 40 million fans/voters in five years if he was going to stand any chance....

Omar: What does love mean to you Alison?

Alison: Love is in the eyes, once you see someone's eyes, then you would know....How about you?

Omar: I have hurt so many girls in the past I don't know...I guess love is like a fine wine, get better over time...

Alison: Haha, Well you talking too much....do you want a glass of that fine wine....

Omar: I had for dinner with Prawns...I am fine....So what's on your mind....??

Alison: You are on my mind, for the l a s t five years....

Omar: Only five years

Alison: Well, I have work tomorrow, I have work to do in town and I have to meet your mother....

Omar: Why?

Alison: The children want to spend the day with her, she said they will be home by five....

Omar: Are we going to plan that Zakiyyah child that I was telling you about....

Alison: Yes, I want another child....We can start tomorrow when you come back from work...

Omar: Oh......How about a trail run now??

Alison: Sure.....

Omar: Mwahhhhhhhhhhhh.......................

Alison: SO why choose the name Zakiyyah anyways?

Omar: When I was in University, I placed a bet with a friend of mine...She would name her child Omar, whilst I name my daughter Zakiyyah...

Alison: Could friendship be so eternal....

Omar: Sometimes...She was my best friend in the whole world....

Alison: Oh Ahh, and where is this Zakiyyah woman now....

Omar: Probably married with a bunch of children....

Alison: Then let's get started with Zax now...

Omar: I thought we going to leave it for when I come home from work....

Alison: Please don't upset a sexy tiger thats naked....

Omar: Who would.....Gnaws....

We had planted Zakiyyah on New Year's Eve and was noticed with the n e w s on February 14th that we will be carrying Zakiyyah....I was happy for the fact that I could have my dream of f o u r children and 'be happy,' with a Man who I loved....I loved the name Lucreatia instead of Zakiyyah, but Omar's choice was to win at the end....In March 2016 Omar gave speeches in Polokwane, Gauteng, North West and Eastern Cape regarding his race for President....I had let go of my friends because of my three children and I was pregnant with Zakiyyah...It was the first time that I knew of the child's name before birth...I could feel that not only my dreams were being realized it was that of my husband as well....In a talk show named 'Tyra Banks,' I listened about mothers and the way mothers should be with their little ones....I listened with awe....Sakeena's bedroom was painted Mickey Mouse, Akber's room was a Ferrari color and theme and Fathima chose more of the Eastern look for her bedroom....My husband and I chose an en-suite thrilled in white with a lounge suite and jacuzzi....We were happy and our monthly expense as worked out by Omar was R45000-00 a mere R50000-00 less then his current income...Sometimes I would think where are his trillionaire dreams, and the goal to be the richest man in the world....??

I guess at that time in my life, things were going well for my children...I had sent them to the best of schools and church's and was starting to take a class in French, Urdu, Computers and Cooking...I was a wife and the best I could be...Well in the bedroom, I guess that was our 'little hotel,' because we never shared what went on behind room doors....I loved Omar at this stage in my life, perhaps a little bit more than Uncle Akber and Aunty Fatima-his parents....

On the last Sunday of February we decided to visit Omar's parents in Erasmia, a suburb outside Pretoria....We had been married for five years and our love was maturing....Our children had joined us as well...I remember that time when Omar married me, how they laughed at me because I was only 18 and they kept on saying that 'i'm like a child, that still has to grow....' I guess I kinda proved them wrong....

Omar: Hi dad, we home, Salaams...

Uncle Akber: Welcome son, you are lucky your nephew is getting married today, join us....

Omar: We will, how are you doing....I thought I'd bring the children and my wife to say hello....

Uncle Akber: Get dressed the wedding is at lunch....We all invited....

So we went to one of Omar's nephews weddings and were entertained to 'song and dance,' by members from the community....I wanted to ask his father if he was proud on the work done in our marriage since we last spoke...His parents had said that I was only 18 when we married and wanted a 'more mature,' woman for their son....After the wedding we were invited home for casual conversation...Having a snorkish voice has it's value in a large house in Pretoria....Omar's brother Sikander and Wife joined us as well for an evening brunch...

Sikander: So, hows Footprints and the other businesses Mr.Abdulla

Omar: I have so much work to do....I have to invest in a further 50 000 websites.

Sikander: Done

Omar: But I want it to be community based so that people can log in and post their messages and find love links....

Sikander: So where are your Presidential Dreams

Nazmeera: Yeah, when is Omar going to be President of South Africa....I was hearing those stories when I was pregnant with Nuwairah...

Omar: Inshallah soon...I had a some extra studies and work to do...

Uncle Akber: Omar, I have told you before leave the SA Presidency and focus on plain business.

Omar: Dad, I have given up all bad habits, If I fail it will be my loss and not the Abdulla's...

Uncle AKber: We shall see...Hows the new-baby when is she being borne?

Omar: Sakeena is fine, she loves to plan games, AKber is loving and Fathima is perfect....Zakiyyah is being borne in September...

Sikander: Oh Gawd, I have three children and love all of them-Nuwairah,Nadia and Nabeel.



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