ODM politician and Kileleshwa Ward MCA Robert Alai has led Kenyans in reacting after spotting Nigerian Husband to President Ruto's daughter, June Ruto at the state House walking side by side to President William Ruto after the thanksgiving ceremony that was held at the State House.
The photo has sparked reactions online with Kenyans debating on whether Alexander Ezenagu was now leaving in the State House together with the family of President William Ruto.
Robert Alai wondered if the son in law to the president had now relocated to the state House and was now living there permanently.
The phot captures Ruto walking together with his son, Nick Ruto and Alexander Ezenagu with his body guard following closely from behind.
Ruto organised the thanksgiving ceremony after secretly jetting back into the country from his overseas trip where he met several world as he championed the interest of the country.
The event was attended by several Kenya Kwanza Alliance leaders including Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua.
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