Displaying extraordinary bipartisanship, a woman in Kenya has named her newborn twins Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.


BBC reported that 20-year-old Millicent Owuor gave birth to the twins in a village in south-west Kenya on the same day that Obama (the other one) was re-elected U.S. president.


 


Indeed, Obama's family's ancestral village is located near the Siaya District hospital where the blessed events took place.


 


President Obama's father is a native Kenyan (he died in a traffic accident in 1982) and his step-grandmother, Sarah, still lives


in the village of Nyangoma Kogelo, 270 miles west of Kenya's capital Nairobi, where residents celebrated his re-election.


 


Kenya's Standard newspaper reported that Owuor named her twins after both presidential candidates in order to remember and commemorate the day.


 


"I named the first twin Barack and the second one Mitt," she said, according to Reuters.


 


Meanwhile, Sarah Obama, 90, had no doubt her famous relative would win the race.


 


"The reason why he has won is because God has given it to him," she said.


 


"Secondly, he has got the knowledge to love all people, he doesn't have the knowledge of division, that is why he has won."