President William Ruto's daughter Charlene Ruto has today left the whole country talking after she said in a meeting that she used to sell smokies when she was in Campus at Dayster University. She said that smokies were on high demand in the school and she decided to take the opportunity and make cash from it. She added that her father president William Ruto encouraged her to continue with the business.
“I used to be in the business of selling smokies and kachumbari at Daystar University as they were on demand. He (Ruto) really encouraged me on the small business I was doing and taught me that.." Charlene said.
Her remarks did not however convince anyone as they all dismissed her claims. They said that Charlene is the daughter of a billionaire and daughter of a the president and would not have done such a small hustle to survive in campus. Others advised her to act like the daughter of a billionaire and stop lying to people. Below are some of the comments Kenyans gave on Facebook;
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