4 years after the fact. There’s one hugely interesting quote:
“I knocked on her door, and a nice young African-American greeted me. He was very happy. He saw my camera. I said, ‘Can you tell me, is she still here?’ And he said, ‘No, she went away with some men in a car about a week ago. It got too hot about these elections with her nephew.'”
Baker asked the man if Onyango would be back. He replied, “I think so.”
She then asked him a strategic question: “Are you all rejoicing that her nephew born in Kenya was elected?”
He responded, “Oh yes. We had a party about that.”
Baker said the apartment management told her they knew Onyango would be back, despite her 4-year-old deportation orders.