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“I hear your voices as the President’s daughter” Charlene Ruto urges the public to engage constructively and offer solutions

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Kenya’s first daughter, Charlene Ruto, who has never shied away from public speaking, has once again sent a message to the public addressing the current state of nation and advising the public on what they should do instead.

I stand before you today not just as the president’s daughter but as one of you, a young Kenyan passionate about the country’s future.

Charlene Ruto (Photo Courtesy)

I hear your voices; I understand your concerns; the challenges we face as a generation are real and pressing; from unemployment to the rising cost of living, we are all feeling the impact of our current economic situation.” Charlene Ruto started off.

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Charlene Ruto’s Proposal

She goes on acknowledging the presence of the young people engaging in country affairs on the same note, reminding them that they should have patience because some other things take time and approach the whole issue in a more righteous way as well as criticize when necessary, while offering solutions to the challenges they are raising.

As I continue to use my platforms to support all young people, I would like us to engage constructively and criticize where necessary but also propose solutions. Let’s be the generation that’s known for its passion and innovation in governance and civic participation.” Charlene said.

She promised that she is ready and willing to work with Kenyans to see how they can make the country a better place for everyone to live.

Brief Description about Charlene Ruto

She was born (11 January 1993) daughter of Kenya’s President William Ruto, holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication from Daystar University and an MBA in Hospitality from Les Roches International School, Switzerland.

Charlene Ruto is also Certified in Kenyan Sign Language, she has worked in media relations and PR, including campaigning for her father’s 2022 election victory.

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