President William Ruto's daughter, Charlene Ruto, has today (Wednesday October 26th) visited Embu county which lies on the foot of Mt Kenya. Embu county is one of the ten counties which form Mt Kenya region.
Charlene has gone ahead to meet Embu Governor, Hon Cecily Mbarire, at her county office. It is still not clear what the two have discussed during this visit.
"Received a courtesy call from Charlene Ruto who passed by my office this afternoon," posted the Embu Governor.
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Charlene Ruto rarely appears in public. Her visit to Embu county has raised eyebrows among Kenyans with some people speculating that she might be preparing to join politics. Cecily Mbarire is a seasoned politician who has served in the National Assembly for over ten years.
Mbarire won through a UDA party ticket and was among the politicians who vigorously campaigned for Ruto in Mt Kenya region.
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