President William Ruto's first-born daughter has managed to blend herself into the lives of Kenyans owing to her numerous trips to counties.Since her father took over the reins of power from Uhuru Kenyatta,Charlene, who had earlier kept a low-key profile,embarked on high-level meetings with county bosses,raising eyebrows among a section of Kenyans.With time,her trips to the devolved units have become the new normal,with no one no longer making a fuss.
A couple of days ago,the first daughter was in Nyamira county,where she presided over a tree-planting exercise.After the noble exercise at Kenani Primary School, she joined the pupils their for a Kisii folk dance.
Charlene’s recent aggressive approach to social media reporting has made Kenyans on Twitter (KOT) give her the title Quickmart Ivanka.
Before President William Ruto took over as head of state, Charlene was the PR person at the Weston Hotel, which belonged to her father.
Recently, she went shopping at Quickmart Supermarket and posted on her social media accounts, attracting varying reactions from Kenyans.
𝐌𝐚𝐭𝐭𝐨: I really hate this kind of show off..these lady is now too much.. she is everywhere 😏
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