Ruto’s daughter, Charlene, snaps back after delivering
President-elect William Ruto’s daughter, Charlene, has appeared in public since her father won the August 9th polls.
The new mummy who appears to have snapped back was in the company of two ladies in a photo that emerged online.
Although she tries to keep her life private, Charlene is rumoured to have welcomed a baby girl in 2021.
Known as the apple of her father’s eye, Charlene carries her father in high regard and speaks so highly of him.
A while back, on father’s day, while addressing the public in Nyeri, the deputy president’s daughter left Kenyans mesmerized by her fluency in public speaking.
Charlene spoke about how her father is a great man who has always been there for them.
“I remember when we were young my dad would personally drive my siblings and I to school,” she disclosed.
One tweep, @Duncan466363895, raved about Charlene’s dad saying, “My 5th president is your father Charlene Ruto. I the way your father addresses his audience aki.”
He continued, “He is a very organised guy and always speaks understandable points when he has the chance.”
The tweep added, “Secondly, your father has never ever forgotten his God He is a man of strong belief.”
The public relations specialist has been actively supporting her father’s Kenya Kwanza’s team, she has been sported severally in him political engagements.
Ruto clinched victory in the recently completed general elections garnering 50.49 per cent votes against his main competitor Azimio la Umoja’s presidential candidate Raila Odinga who got 48.85 per cent.
However, the latter has disputed the results saying they are null and void accusing the head of the electoral body Wafula Chebukati of a “blatant disregard of the constitution.”
“We totally without reservation reject the presidential election results,” he said.
Joined by four Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) officials, also deserted the results complaining about a “mathematical absurdity” in the tallies.
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