Ruto's daughter, has caught people's attention on different social media platforms. This is after she was spotted lining up in supermarket, something that netizens can't stop talking about it.
According to the source, Charlene was waiting for her turn to pay for her shopping in one of popular supermarkets as seen below:
Remember, it's not usual thing to find first family shopping in an open area and lining up with netizens as Charlene did.
Now, this photo of Charlene lining up in supermarket to be served, has gone viral on different social media platforms where by, it's sparking mixed reactions currently.
Many are out to say that this lady it's so humble while, others are out wondering how can this happen since it's not a usual thing at the same time.
Anyway, what do you have to say about this photo that has gone viral online? Share your thoughts as you share this news to your friends.
Thanks for reading my news and don't forget to follow me for the latest news around the region. Below are some reactions:
@gar: kwani mbona haukenda mall?
@cae: hii ni zaidi ya kunyenyekea jamani.
@gaj: lazima apange line pia.
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