President William Ruto’s daughter Sharlene Ruto has held 40 meetings since her father was sworn in as the president on Tuesday, September 13.
In November alone, William Ruto’s daughter held 31 meetings both inside and outside the country.
For instance, Sharlene Ruto has held 13 meetings in Ghana and Morocco while 24 have been in 12 different African countries.
Locally, Sherlene has already held meetings with nine county bosses, four County Speakers, members of Parliament as well as Members of the County Assembly (MCA).
On Thursday, December 1, Ruto’s daughter met Kisii governor Simba Arai and his Narok Counterpart Patrick Ole Ntutu.
Other county bosses Sharlene Ruto has met include Embu Governor Cecily Mbarire and they discussed ways how to boost the tourism sector in the country.
While in Kirinyaga, President Ruto’s daughter is reported to have spoken about value addition for agricultural products.
Her series of meetings both locally and internationally appears to be following in her father’s footsteps.
For instance, Kenya’s President William Ruto held over 126 meetings in his first two months in office.
While the President is working day and night to fulfill dozens of promises made during the August Presidential campaigns, his daughters’ roles remain unclear.
In September alone, the president held 16 meetings outside the country, with 22 having been held at the State House in Nairobi.
The following month, President Ruto held 25 meetings, 5 less than what his daughter held.
While most of President Sharlene Ruto’s meetings were held in Ghana and Morocco, President Ruto’s meetings happened during the just concluded United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27) in Egypt.
Since assuming the highest office, president Ruto has had six international trips.