The deputy President Ruto's daughter June Ruto got married to a Nigerian citizen Dr. Alexander Ezenagu in a ceremony that was held in Karen, Nairobi.
Ruto's son in law Ezenagu has started to be seen in lime light after President William Ruto won the presidency seat. He was seen moving out of the Karen with Ruto's daughter June Ruto to go and attend the inauguration ceremony of President Ruto at Kasarani.
Although, today Ezenagu has been spotted at the State House walking behind President Ruto which has brought mixed reaction to Azimio leader Robert Alai asking out whether Ezenagu lives in the State House.
"Son- in- Law now lives in State House permanently?" Robert Alai said.
Although a section of citizens have not taken the statement of Alai in a light way, moving forward to attack him.
Some of the reactions are as below:
"And nothing you'll do about it." Kennedy said.
"We nawe uko na shida na kila kitu." Wait a Minute said.
"Please stop the violence it's Sunday." Chieng said.
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