Kenyans have differing opinions as President William Ruto's daughter Charlene Ruto attends the Assembly session as part of her daily activities (photo courtesy). Charlene Ruto has been frequently visiting different counties across the nation to lead and promote various programs. She might have met with the county's governors, assembly speakers, and other decision-makers.
She has, however, traveled to more than ten counties, among them Isiolo, Kitui, Meru, Kisii, and Bomet. Kenyans have raised concerns about her busy schedule and her status as the Head of State's daughter. Charlene Ruto, daughter of President William Ruto, was in the Bomet County Assembly when the photo was taken.
According to her updates, she wants to work with counties to combat climate change and issues affecting young people in the twenty-first century. The Kenyan High-profile youth attended a plenary session with Bomet County Members of the County Assembly during her visit to the County. Additionally, she went ahead and planted a ceremonial tree after visiting Bomet governor, Hillary Barchok.
Consequently, Kenyans develop mixed reactions as in the snapshots below;
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