When your father is the most powerful man in the country, then your lifestyle changes for the better. This has been the case for President William Ruto’s daughters. The daughters were seen dancing to a popular tune by Nigerian musician Patoranking. While attending a private event graced by the musician, the first daughters are seen shaking their bodies vigorously as they enjoy the music.
The event was private, and the president’s children were spotted dancing and spending quality time with their pals. George Kimutai, Ruto’s last-born son, arrived at the event earlier than his sisters.
Stephanie was the second to arrive and was in high spirits as she mingled with everyone at the event. The gorgeous lady rocked a beige puffy jacket that matched her trousers, and a brown crop top She chilled with her friends and was also spotted energetically dancing with them. Immediately after Patoranking got to the stage, Charlene arrived, and her sister Stephanie couldn’t help but cheer up.
Charlene looked chill as she donned black jeans with a black jumper. Their brother George rocked jungle green trousers with a black jumper from his TISAP clothing line, and on his feet were cool NIKES.
The event was filled to the brim with Patoranking’s electrifying performance, which ran for 30 minutes before he Deejayed for 15 more minutes. Harry Richie, the Vaida hitmaker, also gave an electrifying performance that made many make their way to the dance floor.
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Earlier in the day, Charlene shared that she was amused to see high school students from Kenya High before attending the concert. They had donated foodstuff from their pockets to help the pupils at Langata Primary.
She shared photos of herself enjoying a meal in school with the little kids who surrounded her as they tried to get close to the president’s daughter. In one of the photos, Charlene, dressed in a maroon top and black trouser, was sitting on the floor with the kids while sharing bread with them.