William Ruto children: From the Oldest Nick to the youngest Abby.

William Ruto children

William Ruto children: The oldest son is Nick Ruto graduated from the law society of Kenya with a degree in law and is now a certified lawyer however his life is more political as was seen the time he was charged with corruption.

Stephanie Jepchumba is Ruto’s second-born who graduated from Strathmore University with a degree in law. His lastborn daughter Abby Ruto is still in high school. Allow me to take you through the William Ruto children:-

1. Nick Ruto 

Nick Ruto is the Oldest Ruto child. Nick Ruto is a lawyer and just like his father he is a good politician and a public speaker.
He was to run for a turbo Parliamentary seat in 2017 but changed his mind.

2. June Ruto 

William Ruto children

June Ruto is the darling daughter of deputy president William Ruto. She has been described as daddy’s girl. she went to Gilgil high school and is a journalist by profession. She is the third born.

3. Charlene Ruto 

She is the second born of deputy president children. She looks like the twin sister of June Ruto. Ruto’s second-born daughter Charlene was among hundreds of students from Daystar University in Athi River who graduated with a communications degree.

4. Stephanie Ruto

Not much is known about her but she is still in school.

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5.George Ruto

Ruto has two sons with Nick Ruto being the oldest not much is known about the younger son as he is still schooling.

6.Nadia Cherop Ruto

Ruto adopted a daughter. Ruto went into a children’s home and was touched by Nadia’s story and he decided to adopt her.

7.Abby Ruto 

Ruto early last year admitted that she has one child outside marriage and has said that he is not ashamed of her daughter Abby.
He said that he takes care of her just like her other children.

William Ruto children

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