Charlene Ruto is in the limelight again after stating that she has shopped at Gikomba many times. The president’s daughter has continued to portray herself as a Hustler to Kenyans something that many are not happy with.
In a recent video that surfaced online Charlene could be heard stating that she once sold smokies while at Daystar university with several listeners stating it was a lie. She however clarified that she had two friends who they decided to do the business together in a bid to make ends meet.
In an interview with Kenyan youtube Eve Mungai, Charlene faulted critics stating that she has not lived the ideal presidents daughter life that many think of.
“I have an experience of what the Kenyan youth undergo in different circumstances, mimi ni mtu niko kwa ground. Even if my father is the president, mimi nimekuwa kwa ground the whole time and my friends know. I have even been to Gikomba so many times to do shopping" stated Charlene.
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