President William Ruto's daughter Charlene Ruto has revealed that now she has a Kisii name, after visiting the region over the weekend.
In a statement, Charlene said that she had been nicknamed 'Nyaboke', a name which means honey in the Kisii dialect.
In a statement, Charlene termed the Kisii youth as "ambitious youth that are very talented in music and the arts".
"Kisii County has amassed a cohort of ambitious youth that are very talented in music and the arts; which are areas we will be collaborating in as we look forward to youth empowerment. Massive thanks to them for hosting us and giving me my new name "Nyaboke" which means Honey," she stated.
Charlene was hosted by the Kisii County Universities & Colleges Association and held a discussion with the youth on innovation and climate change.
"I was hosted by the Kisii County Universities & Colleges Association where we had a discussion on innovation and climate change. It was such a thrill to witness and interact with the various innovations that the young people at Kisii are coming up with," she added.
Charlene, the third-born daughter of President William Ruto, is a Daystar University graduate with a Bachelor's degree in Communication.
Charlene holds a Master of Business Administration from Les Roches Crans-Montana in Switzerland and was a Foreign Exchange student at Northwestern College between August 2012 to January 2013.
In the recent past, she has been traversing the country meeting the youth and political leaders including governors, deputy governors and members of county assemblies.