Rachel Ruto Biography, Age, Education, Family Career and Tribe
Mama Rachael Ruto is a respected educator and First Lady of the Republic of Kenya. She is a queen being a wife to President William Ruto.
Rachel Ruto is the First Lady of Kenya right now. She is Known for her short natural hair and simple dressing style, Rachael Ruto is an eloquent woman interested in the empowerment of other women across the country.
However, she is also known for conducting countrywide prayers for the nation’s peace and her husband success in elections. From very humble beginnings, she rose to become a successful woman who many look up to for guidance and inspiration.
Rachel went to Likuyani Primary School, Kakamega County. She continued to Butere Girls High School for her O and A levels.
From Butere High, she got a chance to join Kenyatta University for a Bachelor’s of Education Degree. The humble prayer warrior went on to earn her Master of Arts in 2011 at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa.
Age She was born on 20 November 1968. She will be turning 54 this year.
The Kenyatta University graduate is married to Dr. William Ruto and they are blessed with six children.
The two started dating while at the university. Rachel was studying Education while her husband studied Botany. She has been a great support system in her husband’s political career.
The couple adopted baby Nadia, who had been buried alive. They named the baby Cherono, after DP Ruto’s mother.
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She studied Education, but she didn’t get a chance to practice teaching jobs. She turned into the tour business taking people throughout the country to places like Maasai Mara and Mombasa.
Ruto’s wife Rachel Chebet is of the Kalenjin tribe, born and raised in Likuyani, Kakamega County. However, there are controversies around Rachel’s Luhya ancestry, middle name Chebet, and fluent Kalenjin accent.