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"Ann Kioko cannot stop me,my move for Malia Obama is still valid," City lawyer responds

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 Me? In love with Kiprono? That’s a (sick) joke! - Ann(right)

Ann Kioko, the lady, who offered ‘Ruto’s Lawyer’ her hand in marriage has denied she was actually in love.

Speaking to The Nairobian, Kioko who sent a letter to Felix Kiprono asking him to chose her over Malia Obama,  claims she was only ‘mocking’ the lawyer.

Last week, a letter from Kioko emerged online urging Kiprono him to drop his bid of wanting to marry Obama’s daughter, Malia.

It read; “ I write this letter with a lot of expectations and prayers for a positive response. I live in a simple house in the outskirts of Nairobi and have to wake up very early to go to work to avoid traffic jam, but I am not always lucky in the evenings. I am a 27 year old, beautiful, single Kamba lady but I have been raised in Nyahururu. I am well educated and cultured, with almost (the) same complexion as Malia and a beautiful smile.”

 She added, “One of my Kalenjin friends has taught me how to prepare Mursik and cook brown Ugali. Actually we could start some business of exporting milk to other counties, I am a very hardworking woman and within no time we will build our own white house. Kiprono, please recall the offer to President Obama and consider my application, we can explain to him when he comes to Kenya.”

 The letter, sparked a heated debate online with Nairobians claiming Kioko was right.

In defence,  Kioko, now claims the letter was to make Kiprono realise he is living a fairy tale and should consider getting a girl locally.

 “I was just being sarcastic, how can a Kenyan man go all that far to woo Obama’s daughter leaving beautiful girls around,” she told The Nairobian.

However, Kiprono is sticking to his gutsy claiming no one is stopping him from winning the heart of his ‘dream girl’.

 “There is no day a frog has prevented cow from drinking water. I knew her claims were baseless and I didn’t even respond to her letter,” he said, adding, “My move is still valid, and I am eagerly waiting for Malia to clock 18. The final verdict will come from elders”.

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