On Wednesday, Her Excellency the First Lady Rachel Ruto held a high profile meeting at her official State House residence in Nairobi.
She met with the top leadership of the Kenya Girl Guides Association (KGGA) which she has revealed is the largest girls only association in the country.
She has noted that most of the virtues she adopted early in life and that she still practice, are attributed to her association with the Girl Guides. During my school days.
"I was a Girl Scout and it taught me the value of teamwork and community service."Mama Rachel Ruto revealed.
She has noted that meeting the members of the Kenya Girl Guides Association (KGGA)was taking her back to where the lifelong lessons started.
She has also been requested by the organisation to be the chief patron of the Kenya Girl Guides Association of the country.
The Kenya Girl Guides Association is the national Guiding organization of Kenya. It serves 120,805 members.
It was founded in 1920, the girls-only organization became a full member of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts in 1963.
Among other leaders who have served as guide guide patrons include the late First Lady mama Lucy Kibaki.
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