Rachel Ruto has always exhibited respect and humility to everyone she meets, including her husband, despite being married to the country's second most powerful man.
Below are 5 times Rachel Ruto proved she is a humble and respectful woman.
In 2019, many Kenyans were talking about this particular shot. Many Kenyans appeared to believe that the second lady's handshake with her husband, the deputy president, was 'too respectful.'
Rachel shook hands with the DP while bending slightly forward and placing her left arm on top of her right hand in her distinctive handshake.
The second lady, was also photographed shaking hands with former President Mwai Kibaki.
Rachel Ruto, who was standing next to her husband in front of a swarm of government officials, did not hesitate to respectfully shake hands with Kibaki by placing her left hand on top of her right, which is a symbol of respect and humility.
During a previous occasion, a photo of Rachel warmly engaging with a toddler who appeared to come from a low-income family stole the show.
She listened to the boy who approached him and seemed unconcerned about him.
One of the numerous characteristics of the second lady is that she is a devout woman, which may explain her humility.
Rachel spends a lot of time in prayer, from organizing weekly prayers to establishing a National Altar at William Ruto's official residence
Rachel also surprised Kenyans earlier this year when she gifted her former primary school principal with a luxury automobile.
She did not hesitate to laud and honour the former headmaster, whom she attributed for her achievement, in addition to performing the wonderful gesture.
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