Passaris stamps out Robert Alai’s Twitter tease, it’s beautiful
Aspiring Nairobi Woman Representative Esther Passaris on Wednesday fired a classy response to a Twitter provocation by blogger Robert Alai.
Ms Passaris did not fall for the bait of the blogger’s tweet that had cast aspersions on her moral character and leadership.
Instead, she declared Alai as being irrelevant to her life and the lives of the women in his life.
@RobertAlai Robert you are so irrelevant to my life and that of women in kenya including your mother, sisters and daughters. Join my blocked list.
— Esther M Passaris (@EstherPassaris) May 5, 2017
Alai’s shameless tweet, which has been shared over 100 times, only managed to draw condemnation from Kenyans on Twitter who accused him of being disrespectful.
— Benji Ndolo (@BenjiNdolo) May 5, 2017
@RobertAlai An attack on Passaris, is an attack on all kenyan women. You simply can't argue a point without being sexist? You're a disappointment
— Juxta Alice (@JuxtarA) May 5, 2017
@RobertAlai This was totally uncalled for..!
Kindly apologize to the good lady & wish her well in her endeavours.
Women are the pillars of our society!
— Paukwa, Pakawa™ (@OduoriGeorge) May 5, 2017
@RobertAlai You would think that if one became a father and especially to a daughter u become more respectful to women
— Susan kamau (@susankamau70) May 5, 2017
@RobertAlai Too low man. Too low I say.
— Jobisso ™ (@JobMakoyo) May 5, 2017
— Eunice Chumbe (@cherochumbe) May 5, 2017
@RobertAlai Respect Women Alai,you have daughters man!!!!
— Stephen Kabaki (@kabaki_stephen) May 5, 2017