President-elect William Ruto‘s wife Rachel Chebet Ruto has become a role model and inspiration for several people including controversial personality Andrew Kibe.
Kibe, who termed Rachel as a noblewoman asked women to emulate her saying her well-filtered and minimal communication is critical in peacebuilding.
The content creator alluded that most women fail in their unions for much talk.
“Learn from Ruto’s wife. She only talks when she is in church. Apart from the church, she doesn’t talk,” Kibe said.
Adding; “Some of you have broken up your marriages, your relationships because you couldn’t stop yourselves from talking.”
Who is Rachel Ruto?
Rachel Ruto is likely to become the next First Lady.
She was born in November 1968, in Likuyani Constituency, Kakamega County.
She went to Likuyani Primary School before joining Butere Girls for her O and A levels and later Kenyatta University where she pursued a Bachelor of Education Degree.
Rachel met Ruto a while after graduating. At the time, they were both teachers.
The mother of six is also known to be deeply rooted in Christianity and has been touted as a prayer warrior.
She has, in many instances been photographed on her knees praying especially during the campaign period.
This was also acknowledged by her husband whom she refers to as Bill when he said he had been prayed to victory during the historical moment when he was declared the fifth President-elect of the Republic of Kenya.