Alex Ndiritu Biography
Alex Ndiritu is a Kenyan Man From Nyeri County who rose to international attention after he asked Americans to burn the White House down in the wake of protests against the killing a civilian George Floyd.
Mr. Ndiritu was commenting on a Facebook live post from Nyeri. His rural home. The comment that he left behind a video of protests in Minneapolis went viral with alarmed Americans tagging the CIA, the FBI and the Secret Service.
American comedian and actor Terrence Williams brought the matter to the fore after he re-posted a screenshot of the comment.He asked the American security agencies to be on the lookout.“THEY ARE THREATENING TO BURN DOWN THE WHITE HOUSE! We must Protect President Trump and his Administration. All threats must be taken seriously. Please RT to inform the FBI, Secret Service and the CIA,” Terrence wrote on Twitter.
His Tweet, in a matter of hours, was retweeted a mind-boggling 8,000 times and had slightly over 9,000 likes.A Kenyan believed to be from Nyeri County has been trending on social media since Friday evening, May 29, after his name was dragged into protests currently taking place in the US over the brutal murder of Black-American George Floyd’s death.
The man, identified as Alex G Ndiritu on his social media pages, commented on the ongoing violence in the US by alleging that protestors should head to the White House, the official residence of US President Donald Trump.”Burn Whitehouse now… We are not turning back,” he commented on a live video streaming the burning of a police station in the US.
Alex Ndiritu Age
Details regarding his age are still under investigation.
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His comment attracted a number of social media users including US comedian Terrence K Williams, who asked the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), and the Secret Service to take the threat seriously.
“They are threatening to burn the White House! We must protect President Trump and his Administration. All threats must be taken seriously,” he wrote on his Twitter page. Nderitu has been trending at number two, with most reacting to his comment that has since gone viral.
Alex Ndiritu is leading protesters at Pennsylvania Avenue from his Nyeri home. Never seen anything like this before,” Kenyan Facebook user, Joseph stated.”Yea someone trolling in a remote village in Kenya has to be taken seriously,” Tariq Nasheed weighed in.
“Alex Ndiritu is tweeting from his humble abode in Pasenga Nyandarua Kenya. He meant, burn the house made of white cardboards to exterminate fleas that have been causing misery to his dog,” Sammy Muriuki.
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Trump has since spoken to Floyd’s family, stating that he understood the kind of pain they were going through.
On his part, former US president Barack Obama, called for thorough investigations into the circumstances surrounding George Floyd’s death and advocated for justice to be served.”This shouldn’t be “normal” in 2020 America. It can’t be “normal.” If we want our children to grow up in a nation that lives up to its highest ideals, we can and must be better,” part of his statement read.
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Alex Ndiritu started a movement in the US while still in his bedsitter in Ndenderu… King shit 🐐
— Billy The GOAT (@CrazyNairobian) May 30, 2020