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According to Kenya Report verified official Facebook page Ann Waiguru who is the Kirinyaga Governor is in court so that he can testify being as a prosecution witness of her Ex Devotion PS Peter Mangiti and alao the Ex-National Youth Service Boss Nelson Githinji over the case concerning the 791 million s fraud.
"Kirinyaga governor Anne Waiguru in court to testify as prosecution witness against her ex-Devolution PS Peter Mangiti and ex-NYS boss Nelson Githinji over Sh791 million fraud". The post in Kenya Report Stated.
Waiguru is said to take the stand so that he can shed more light concerning on how above mentioned millions got spent during her tenure as Devolution Cabinet secretary.
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