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April 11, 2021

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Kandace PrisbreyJuly 22, 2013

I also tried to donate, but the donation was blocked with the words "An invalid key has been used". Please help us be able to donate to Brother Yeah.

Monday IyipJuly 22, 2013

I love to help Mr. Yeah Samake bring Mali out of obscurity. since i can not make payment now, i will pray for his success.

alurban2July 15, 2013

Wells Fargo has no info for this. I was unable to donate. Someone needs to update info. I will not be donating unless this is corrected. Too bad. I wanted to contribute.

Rebecca LangfordJuly 14, 2013

I have tried 3 times to donate a little to this cause. The site is either blocked due to security certificates, or the last message I got was: An invalid key has been used, please contact technical support. So I apologize for not getting a donation to go through for such a good man.

RussJuly 14, 2013

The final button on the donation site came up in error as not working and to call administrator hopefully others are not also blocked from donating!

Keith HeldJuly 13, 2013

I wanted to donate, but seems it wont accept donations from Denmark.

CarrieJuly 12, 2013

I want to donate, but the site does not register as secure. I guess I will have to go to Wells Fargo...

Carolyn HastingsJuly 12, 2013

I was impressed to read the entire article and I'm so glad I did. This man, Yeah Samake, needs support from all of us. Here is a really unique man that will truly make a difference in the world! Keep up the good work and never give up!

hermJuly 12, 2013

I think Yeah will make a GREAT president. I'm certain Pres. Obama will work well with him, because they both have decency and integrity in their hearts.

kevin copelandJuly 11, 2013

Many African countries are riddled with corrupt and self serving leaders.Yeah Samake sets the tone for a new dispensation.I pray the Lord guides and protects him as he seeks the leadership of Mali.Many African countries could do with a man like him at the Helm viz Zimbabwe,South Africa et al.

Billie J. RiceJuly 10, 2013

I was moved to read this article and happy that I was...I feel that Yeah Samake has the most important thing in his heart for his people 'Love.' Wanting to help improve their life and help them to grow to become leader's themselves ! I'm thankful for the home teacher, Ryan Fritzche for being there even after Yeah Samake returned back home,and continue sending words of encouragement. May Heavenly Father see Yeah Samake and his family through all that comes before them. My prayer is... 'May Heavenly Father continue to bless Yeah and His family, amen!'

JRJJuly 9, 2013

That part about....."a government that is corrupt and officials who line their pockets" sounds really familiar. ARe you sure you aren't talking about barry and crew? God bless you in your attempts to bring peace and unity to Mali. I wish you were running for president here. How nice it would be to have an honest man with morals as a leader.

Susan E,July 9, 2013

What a great article! I choked back the tears since I read it at work! This whole campaign and all the people involved with the Samake family are filled with love. Love does make the world go 'round! And if everyone could donate and share this with others and ask them to donate - if we all pitch in what we can, we then know we helped Yeah improve the lives of 15+ million people who otherwise would continue to suffer in illiteracy and poverty. May God bless all who read this! and may God continue to protect the Samake family!

Fred McCulloughJuly 9, 2013

Great story. I would like to challenge everyone who reads this article to donate what you can so there will be the change that Yeah wants for Mali. Together we can make a difference.

AleniJuly 9, 2013

What an amasing and inspiring story! Thanks for sharing this and thank you Brother Samake for being a great example. May you be successful in your presidential election....people in Mali will be greatly blessed if they select you as their next President..Keep up the great work you are doing.

Fred McCulloughJuly 9, 2013

Great story. I would like to challenge everyone who reads this article to donate what you can so there will be the change that Yeah wants for Mali. Together we can make a difference.

Robert ElliottJuly 9, 2013

Great story. Tried to make a donation but system would not accept moey from Australia

Du'eJuly 9, 2013

This article gave me a boost of faith in humanity. Yea for Bro. Yeah Samake and his good home teacher!May his bid for the presidency be successful, and may God bless his administration and him!



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