EXCLUSIVE: Intimate Details of Ruto's Daughter Who Topped KCPE
Abby Ruto, the youngest daughter of Deputy President William Ruto sat for her KCPE in 2019.
In an exclusive interview with Kenyans.co.ke on Tuesday, November 19, her mother Prisca Bett disclosed intimate details about her daughter, who she praised as the love of her life.
On Monday, November 18, 2019, Abby emerged as one of the top candidates in KCPE, scoring 406 marks.
However, she broke into the limelight in February 2017, when the DP came clean about her existence.
According to Ms Bett, Abby was brought up in a Christian setup and was taught to be a God-fearing girl. She upholds virtues that have set her apart from the other young girls of her generation.
"She is so generous and loves to assist other people. She loves the church," Bett lauded her daughter.
The DP is also a staunch Christian and has built an altar inside his official residence in Karen. He has also been on the spot for generously contributing lots of money to churches and harambees.
Being the daughter of the DP was expected to heap pressure on her. However, the outgoing girl has managed to thwart the pressure as her mother raised her as a common mwananchi.
"She is a good footballer and athlete. She does not like cooking as she is more of an outdoor person," Ms Bett revealed.
Having topped KCPE, Abby aspires to be a doctor, as she has a calling to help others. Her mother also spoke on whether there was a likelihood that she would take after her father, and build a name in the political sphere.
"It will be her decision when she grows up as she was the head girl in her school and has the leadership skills. I wish her all the best and I really want to see her prosper and pursue her dreams and just grow up as a normal Kenyan God-fearing girl," Ms Bett prayed.
Abby was born on March 6, 2006. On her birthday, her mother celebrates her but treats it as a normal day too. She loves chicken, fish and ugali.
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