Lucia Kagotha holds her newborn baby boy, named “Obama” in honor of President Barack Obama, at the Mbagathi Hospital of Nairobi on July 26, 2015.
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Turns out that several Kenyans, in honor of President Barack Obama's visit to his ancestral homeland over the weekend, took to naming their newborns after the president and even Air Force One.

According to ABC News, Baby AirForceOne (full name: "AirForceOne Barack Obama") was one of three babies born in Kisumu, Kenya, on Friday who have some reference to the president as part of their name.


"I have been told that it is the best airplane because it carries a very powerful leader of America who is also a Kenyan," one mother told the AFP, according to ABC.

As ABC notes, it's not the first time the president's name has been adopted in Kenya. There are two schools named "Senator Obama," a legacy from when then-freshman Sen. Obama visited his father's village in 2006.

Read more at ABC News.