Doctor Alex Ezenagu from Igbo tribe in Nigeria and the incoming son in law to the Kenyan deputy president William Samoei Ruto is fairly an educated man.
Alex Ezenagu is an international tax expert who specializes in international tax law, transfer pricing, tax planning, investment advisory and commercial law advisory and practice.
Besides, he is currently an Assistant Professor in the College of Law at Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Qatar.
Apparently, he got his Ph.D. in international tax law from Canada’s McGill University and is also a graduate at the Cambridge University in the United Kingdom where he obtained an LLM in commercial law.
Ruto’s son in law further holds an LL.B. degree from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria and has been admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria.
June Ruto joins Emmy Kosgei, another Kalenjin queen who got married to a Nigerian man some years back. To date, their marriage has been a success with no major issue arising to the public limelight.
In the meantime, Caleb Kositany was amongst those who represented the Kenyan deputy president William Ruto to negotiate dowry payment for his daughter June Ruto.
Former minister for aviation in Nigeria Mr. Chidoka Osita who acted as a dowry negotiator praised the occasion and thanked the family of Rachael Ruto for giving them a receptive welcome.
“June’s father kept the event small and simple and family focused. His position as Deputy President was relegated as he played the role of a father. Hon. Ruto and wife were great hosts.” Revealed Osita.
Having visited Kenya, the family of the deputy president William Ruto will be going to Nigeria in a bid to familiarize themselves with the cultures of the Igbo tribe, as disclosed by Chidoka Osita.