Charlene Ruto, the daughter of the first family in the Rebublic of Kenya recently went viral after revealing her past life. While encouraging University students on the need to engage in investiment opportunities, she told them that she used to sell "Smokies Kachumbari" while she was a student at Daystar University.
Photo : (Courtesy) Charlene Ruto, Daughter of the First Family.
Today Oliver Mathenge, Popular Ntv Journalist and former Radio Africa reporter said that the story of Charlene story reminds him of his past life. Taking to his Twitter account, Mathenge said, "people never believe I used to work at a butchery owned by my late uncle in Ngara. No one believes that I used to start my day by going to city market at 6am to buy pig heads for soup that mechs around the area loved".
Photo: (Courtesy) Oliver Mathenge, Ntv Journalist. https://twitter.com/OliverMathenge/status/1601574593780940800?t=g6a73-psKjt2gDbPzrg91g&s=19
Photo: (Courtesy) Oliver Mathenge, Nat journalist.
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