If Blogger Robert Alai is to believed, him and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg are bosom buddies. Alai today has shared a screenshot where he commented on one of Zuckerberg's post in which the billionaire promptly replied. Alai parading the screenshot on his page claimed that he was happy that his friend Zuckerberg is obedient when it comes to honoring his wishes.
Alai had asked Zuckerberg to share a link where someone can access some sport fencing gear. Alai also reminded Zuckerberg that Kano which is in the link also refers to his ancestral home. He asked Zuckerberg to consider building an innovation hub in Kano so as to inspire youth in the area.
While some Kenyans were happy that Alai had at least gotten a reply from Zuckerberg, others wondered why he was making a big deal out of it. They asked him not to use it as political clout by telling the voters that courtesy of Zuckerberg he will bring an innovation hub to the community. Alai is vying for parliamentary seat in his home constituency during 2022 general elections.
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