US President Barack Obama may have many fans. However, without doubt, his biggest fan is from Columbia.

Silvio Carrasquilla, an Afro-Colombian and former mayor of the northern town of Turbaco, has converted his home into the White House with the hope of inviting Obama when he attends a summit in nearby Cartagena this weekend. And guess what? This diehard fan also has planned a surprise gift for the President.

According to reports by Agence France-Presse,  Silvio Carrasquilla want to gift Obama a young donkey, whom he has named as Demo. And the young donkey has already been vaccinated and Carrasquilla thinks it is also small enough to fit in the Air Force One.

Well, it is not the first time that Turbaco city has made headlines for Obama madness, but it has happened a number of times before, according to Colombia Reports.

During Obama's 2008 campaign for the presidency, Carrasquilla built a Democratic Party election campaign center in the town to offer international support to the then-candidate. There was even a mirror election held, which Obama won with a 1000-vote advantage over his then-opponent John McCain.

In August 2009, the town celebrated Obama's 48th birthday with another donkey, Mariachis, two cakes with the US flag on it and a portrait of Obama to be given as a gift.

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