June Ruto is a Kenya diplomat and daughter of the popular politician DP Williams Ruto. The biography of the daughter of the deputy president of Kenya is a captivating one.
Lately, she saw herself on the front page of many news sites as the new Chargee D’Affaires. It caused a stir on social media as citizens of Kenya got to know her new profession.
|Parents||William Ruto (father)|
Rachel Chebet (mother)
|Paternal Grandparents||Daniel Cheruiyot (grandfather)|
Sarah Cheruiyot (grandmother)
Williams Ruto (54) is the son of Daniel Cheruiyot and Sarah Cheruiyot. He is a political heavyweight famous for being the Deputy President of Kenya since 2013.
She built the foundation of her academic pursuit in a prestigious Primary and Secondary school. After graduating she enrolled at a recognized higher institution. She studied for a degree in International Communication.
Based on the description used to qualify her, June is enthusiastic and knowledgeable on matters concerning international relations.
Like we earlier mentioned, June saw herself topping the front page of the news following a tweet by Monica Juma. The tweet housed the confirmation of her new job – Chargee D’Affaires to Poland.
The Cabinet Secretary to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Monica Juma’s arrived in Warsaw, Poland. June Ruto received her after she arrived in the morning.
Monica arrived to attend a summit tasked with looking into security in the Middle East. The pictures the CS shared on Twitter got many talking, the caption fueled it.
Arrived in Warsaw this morning, was received by June Ruto, Chargee D’Affaires.Monica tweeted
In the absence of the ambassador, a Chargee D’Affaires becomes the head of an embassy.
June entered the diplomatic service in 2014. She has served in several capacities including as second counsel in the Kenyan embassy of Rome, Italy.
Though the duration of this new prestigious post of hers is yet to be made public. With her current position, she has access to the same entitlement, privileges, and immunities as an ambassador.
In the same week, her brother Nick Ruto got admitted to the bar as an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya.
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