Barely 3 weeks ago, he was the talk of the town after clubbing the controversial gospel singer Ringtone Apoko due to some traffic wrangle they had been involved in.
Today, he hit the news again after attacking the DP by saying this, "My brother who tickles pigs @OleItumbi I want to interview DP Ruto. Date and place he can choose but he can’t be interviewed by his hirelings who even wear UDA colors".
He reached out to UDA ardent and outspoken spokesman who's none other than Dennis Itumbi who ditched the presidential camp some times back.
Robert Alai who is part of the Raila team has been throwing tyrants at Deputy President William Ruto and the entire UDA camp.But this time round, he would like to host the politically red- hot, UDA kingpin.
He's been attacking the UDA tent of late, the interview venue he gave the DP the opportunity of choosing, even the date.
He also questioned UDA way of politics, due to the fact that their will be no any nominations for it's presidential candidate hence automatically sending William Ruto to the ballot.
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