This morning the Kirinyaga Governor, Anne Waiguru posted a beautiful photo where she was hanging with her 'sisters'. She was in the company of Hon. Aisha Jumwa from Malindi, Hon. Rahab Mukami who is the Nyeri Woman Representative. In her message Anne Waiguru said that she is building relationships and listening to Kenyans. Waiguru also wished Kenyans a happy Friday.
However, Senator Susan Kihika also reacted to the photo posted. She claimed that Anne Waiguru, Aisha Jumwa, Hon. Mukami are just girls catching up. Senator Mutula Kilonzo Junior has reacted to this photo. In his weird remarks he said, 'Viuno vina wenyewe'.
Many other Kenyans also reacted and told Mutula Kilonzo that she should stop sharing such remarks as they have great respect for him. Other Kenyans claimed that these leaders love publicity but they are doing very little for Kenyans. Others asked what had silenced Jumwa? Other group claimed that Kenyan politicians are full of deceptions.
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