President William Ruto's daughter Charlene Ruto, has dazzled citizens after sharing a meal with kids at Langata Primary. The food was donated by the students from Kenya High School.
"I saw something that I have never seen. Felt so nostalgic as they narrated their dreams and aspirations while we sat together enjoying loaf of bread with a soda," she said.
Tuko newstook to their Facebook page and reposted the photos of Charlene sited on the floor enjoying the moment with the little kids.
Members of the public crushed at the comment section praising her while others spoke negatively towards her.
Mathenge stated that she seen a leadership loophole in the family and she could be preparing to follow her father's footsteps.
Yvonne Njoki wrote that the young lady is a hustler and sharing with other hustlers children.
"Humanity is the best thing you can show to your fellow humans. I am expecting more from the first family to our children, free lunch to our primary school," wrote Angwenyi Kasper.
Annette Ndema was wondering why the president's daughter shared food that was donated by Kenya high instead of donating her own food.
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