Gabriel Oguda who is among famous people on social media in Kenya today tweeted on his tweeter page that Peris Tobiko was hosting Ruto at their home today. Her husband who says that he was not consulted about the meeting went to nearby police station asking police to arrest Ruto for trespass.
Sam jonyo tweeted, "That woman has very hard eyes, how do you welcome a stranger in your home without your husband's consent?"
V.I.C.K.Y tweeted, "This kind of disrespect is what we talking about see now this family can break up just becoz there was no communication."
John chege tweeted, "Tobiko's husband is Maasai. The only cardinal procedure Williams Ruto did not observe was to plant a spear at the main door, denoting male visitor temporary take over of the home."
Nyakiana tweeted, "This man after destroying livelihoods of people in RV vs kemwarer is now destroying peoples homes."
ok Mwania tweeted, "At least she should have consulted him. Hope there was no Mkuki at the door."
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