President Ruto’s daughter, Charlene Ruto speaks on Finance Bill 2024

On Tuesday 25th, first daughter Charlene Ruto gave praise to young Kenyans who had come out to oppose the Finance Bill 2024. As a youth champion, she said she understood the cries of Generation Z and was grateful that they were interested in contemporary events.

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“This is a game-changer. Let us do it consistently, in an informed manner, with respect and honour. That is how we will be heard,” she said. 

Charlene Ruto speaks on Finance Bill 2024

Charlene went on to say that she is sure President William Ruto would never deceive the country that he loves so much.

“I stand at a very unique position regarding the issues facing my country Kenya as we speak,” she stated.

Charlene added that as the daughter of a president she has watched her father go up the political ladder over the last three decades, and she thinks he wants what’s best for the country.”

“Seeing his work and passion behind the scenes, that he truthfully holds the best interests of Kenyans at heart,” spoke Charlene.

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Charlene urged young Kenyans to always speak up for their rights and voice their concerns when they feel wronged, even though she did not firmly support or oppose the Finance Bill.

The government’s handling of young people who took to the streets to protest the Finance Bill stood in sharp contrast to the First Daughter’s support.

Speaker of the National Assembly Moses Wetangula was motivated by this to set Inspector General of Police Japhet Koome a deadline to provide information regarding the whereabouts of every Kenyan who had been arrested in relation to the Finance Bill demonstrations.

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In Nairobi and other regions of the nation, police officers have also been accused of intimidating and using tear gas on nonviolent protestors.



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