We can all agree that Charlene Ruto has been a topic of conversation ever since her father, President William Samoei Ruto, took the oath of office on September 13th.
As a result, some have questioned in what capacity she has been involved in political affairs, including visits to county assemblies and meetings with governors, leading critics to believe she has been using taxpayers' money.
However, her father claims that the allegations are false, implying that he does not recognise the office critics have dubbed "the office of the first daughter."
"Please leave Charlene alone." The first daughter has no office. Angrily, President Dr. William Samoi Ruto, the fifth president of Kenya, reacts to some Kenyans who want to attack their daughter Charlene. She tells them to leave him and enjoy freedom like others; she asks the Kenyans to stop attacking him. To get more information, don't forget to like, share, comment, and follow for more updates.
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