Mwalimu Abduba Dida has reacted after President William Ruto's daughter Charlene Ruto said that she used to sell boiled eggs and sausages at Dayster University to earn pocket money. This caused mixed reactions from Kenyans since they know her father is a billionaire and her remarks were false.
Mwalimu Dida taking to his twitter page on Wednesday said that Ruto's daughter was lying since no one saw her selling the eggs at Dayster University. Her father was rich then and there is no way she could have sold the eggs. Dida then told her to be honest about her status and that of her family since it is not bad to be rich.
"Charlene Ruto whose dad became a millionaire right in campus was selling smokies and kachumbari at Daystar University. Ironically, this is supposed to be less than 5 years ago and none of the students saw or bought from her. It is not bad to be rich. At least be honest." Dida said.
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