Sunday, June 23, 2024
HomeNEWSCharlene Ruto's Zero Barefoot Campaign Continues with Leather Shoe Distribution in Kitui...

Charlene Ruto’s Zero Barefoot Campaign Continues with Leather Shoe Distribution in Kitui South schools

Kitui South, June 4, 2024 — Charlene Ruto, the first daughter, continued her Zero Barefoot Campaign on its second day by distributing leather shoes to primary school children in Ikutha Sub County. The event took place at Kyoani Primary School, where she was joined by the Cabinet Secretary for East African Community (EAC), Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASALs), and Regional Development, Peninah Malonza.

The initiative aims to provide footwear to children in need, promoting better health and enhancing educational experiences. During the distribution exercise, Ruto and Malonza were warmly welcomed by enthusiastic children, supportive teachers, and grateful parents.

See also  Kitui East MP Hon. Nimrod Mbai Welcomes Activist Mr. Suvivya to UDA Party

The Zero Barefoot Campaign underscores the commitment of both leaders to improving the lives of young students in rural areas. The distribution of shoes not only addresses immediate needs but also signifies a step towards greater community support and development.

Charlene Ruto’s campaign is expected to continue reaching out to more schools in the region, furthering the cause of ensuring no child has to attend school barefoot. The positive reception in Ikutha Sub County highlights the community’s appreciation for such impactful initiatives.

Ends//__


Discover more from The County diary

Subscribe to get the latest posts to your email.

County Editor
County Editorhttps://thecountydiary.co.ke
The County Diary is your News, Entertainment, Music Fashion website. We provide you with the latest breaking news and videos straight from the entertainment industry.
RELATED ARTICLES

Leave a Reply

- Advertisment -

Most Popular

Recent Comments

Discover more from The County diary

Subscribe now to keep reading and get access to the full archive.

Continue reading