Robert Alai is a respecter of no one. Yes, the outspoken human rights activist is known for taking bulls by their horns. A day after she hit the airwaves for buying her husband a Kshs. 10,000,000 car, the nosy blogger Alai is, decided to go on social media and unclothe Laura Akunga for all to see.
Via a post on his blog, Robert claimed that Laura Akunga has succeeded from cooked up stories and polished ratchety in a bid to market her Benchmark Solutions company. Below is what Alai posted on Facebook.
Laura Akunga is daughter to the late Dr Isaiah Akunga Onyango. Dr Akunga was a long time Chief Economist in the Ministry of Finance and Director of International Jobs in the Office of the President. He died in 2006. Here is a thread where Kenyans in USA were called to contribute to the funeral https://groups.yahoo.com/…/afr…/conversations/messages/21556
The case with Laura Akunga is that she is a lady who is using cooked stories and polished ratchety to market her Benchmark Solutions company. When she did an interview with NTV, her stories had glaring inconsistencies.
She did her interview in 2014 and the interview is available through this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5UWx-avbxHA. In the interview, she claimed that she was 28 and had lost her dad while she was 19. Dr Akunga died in 2006 which means that if she was 28 in 2014, she lost her dad while she was 20. Again, she claimed that she started her company after the death of her father and that her company was 9 years old. Ok, your dad died in 2006 meaning that your company could not be more than 8 years old since the death of your dad.
Dr Akunga, Laura’s father was initially buried in Runda until when senior Kisii elders protested when he was exhumed and later buried in Kisii.
In 2015, Laura is still not older than 28.
Even if all were correct, why splash the media with stories of you gifting your husband with a used Japanese SUV? Are you not just begging for attention? Laura just say that your said husband is a man peddling his wares and you are just paying for him to stay.
This is my opinion which I am allowed to hold and share without fear or favour.