Blogger and public figure Robert Alai found himself in the wrong hands with the after beating up an artist who is also a public figure like himself. Robert Alai beat up Ringtone Apoko afyer having some issues on the Road.
Speaking to a certain media station, Ringtone Apoko explained categorically what happened. Ring Apoko said that What led to all this is because of some traffic offence. Ringtone explained that Robert Alai had caused some traffic at Kileleshwa round about after he failed to drive yet the traffic lights had given them authority to do so. This caused a lot of commotion with other drivers who were behind him.
Ringtone Apoko went on to explain that the moment Robert Alai realized that Ringtone Apoko had overtaken him, he drove on the wrong side and hit him on the head and hand.
This led to netizens who were around to get mad and prevent Robert Alai from escaping until the police officers arrived at the scene and arrested Robert Alai and took him to Kilimani police station where he is currently detained.
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