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Reactions After Robert Alai Claims That Pres. Ruto's Nigerian Son-in-Law Lives in State House

Kileleshwa Member of County Assembly, Robert Alai has caused a stir online after claiming that President William Ruto's son-in-law now lives in State House, Nairobi permanently. The Vocal ODM MCA made the comments after a photo of President William Ruto with his youngest son and son-in-law while in State House went viral.

President William Ruto was joined by his family members in today's Sunday prayer service at State House, Kenya. His son-in-law, Alexander Ezenagu who had married June Ruto could be seen active in today's Church Service. Ever since William Ruto was declared as the President, Alexander Ezenagu has been seen in several events at State House, Kenya.

Robert Alai is now wondering why a son-in-law is used to staying in his Father-in-law's house which is against most tribe traditions in the Kenya. He had questioned if President William Ruto's son-in-law now lives in State House permanently.

Kenyans have reacted to Robert Alai's sentiments in the following ways;

@chisakoota Mimi kama mwanmila nasema hii haifai kuwa..Pres. Ruto should know his boundaries very well

@Meya2022 Kwani kuna shida??? Si hata wewe ulikuwa unataka kuishi huko ukipikanga Omena Kaf😂😂😂

@mulyuki 😂😂😂i wish to comment but am told wueh😂 Nigerians know how to connect see he's married to Pres. Ruto's daughter

@Lawilawi18 kidogo kidogo utaskia anataka ku vie governor wa Nairobi county 😅

@Foundetwats Owada Alai i wonder where Ruto will leave Kenya? He's making Nigerians look so good

@oyugimagwanga Mimi nimechoka! Which son-in-law resides in his Father's house?

@vincentsa please Pres. Ruto stop parading your son-in-law in public..your enemies will use against you

@kipcheios I have seen you walking with your daughter's husband everytime.. According to our tradition that's not allowed

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County Assembly June Ruto MCA Robert Alai State House


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