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Rachel Ruto's Touching Post After Attending The Opening of The 13th Parliament by The President

On September 29th, 2022 president Ruto officially opened the 13th parliament in the parliament building in Nairobi.

President Ruto was accompanied by the First Lady Rachel Ruto, chief justice Martha Koome, deputy chief justice Philomena Mwilu, IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati, former chief justice David Maraga, among other guests.

When President Ruto arrived at Parliament building with the first lady Rachel Ruto, President Ruto was requested by security agencies to inspect the guard of honor as is expected of every head of state to do so.

President Ruto, First Lady Rachel Ruto, and other members of Parliament made their way to Parliament chambers to be addressed by President Ruto.

First Lady Rachel Ruto was directed by the event organizers to sit in her position in readiness for the president's speech.

After the event ended, the first lady Rachel Ruto recalled that being in Parliament building today reminded her when she used to leave in Dagoretti before President Ruto became deputy President in 2013.

First Lady Rachel Ruto described that life in Dagoretti was not as good as she is enjoying now in top government houses. Rachel Ruto likened her movement from Dagoretti to top government houses with a biblical story of the parable of the mustard seed.

Rachel Ruto ensured Kenyans that all doors in her new home, Statehouse, is open to everyone. She added that the table is set for every Kenyan who pays a visit to her. Rachel Ruto confirmed that it is possible to grow from nothing to the glory.

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