Kenyans have detected Kirinyaga governor Ann Waiguru’s genes in
University of Nairobi Student Association’s (UNSA) leader Ann Mvurya, and they can’t stop talking about it.
Ms Mvurya was elected as the first female students’ leader at the institution after nearly 50 years of existence.
Governor Waiguru has already sent her congratulatory message to Anne after Kenyans took to social media asking if the student leader is the governor’s daughter or sister.
The two also share their first name only with a slight difference in spelling. Anne hinted that her goal is to become a governor just like Waiguru.
Kumbe ata madem hupiga away goal kama wanaume… Madam tunajua huyu ni wako kabisaaaa ubaya ni Ati hatujui ni ball uliruka ama ulirukwa but either way…..,huyu ni wako.
Ni hayo tu— K . K (@kennethkiriga) April 8, 2019
What a resemblance? mother-daughter or am I seeing my own things?— Romanos_Second_Best (@romanos_jerry) April 8, 2019
Rumours have it that she’s your daughter. Is it true?— Muchiri Wa Njoroge (@MuchiriNjoro) April 8, 2019
Si mnafanana— Alfred (@alfu_254) April 8, 2019
Madam Governor, the both of you two look together, you look twice, you look similar, yaani tunaona double double. Tuambie tu ukweli kama huyu ni wako aliibiwo. Na usituambie you aren’t related; we are not boarding.— #MUFCholic (@Timo_Utd) April 8, 2019
😂😂😂 Lakini hapa lazima kuna story. This resemblance can’t be coincidental.— #MUFCholic (@Timo_Utd) April 8, 2019
Another coincidence in the name too! Seems like ‘Anne’s’ are deemed for success.— Davy Leich (@DavyKirii) April 8, 2019
I thought that was your daughter— SEMURICO (@ERICMUSEMBI1) April 8, 2019
Congratulations to her indeed, just noted you look so much alike— Suzzie Mwangi (@suzjacyc2c) April 8, 2019
She is your younger sister… Or something. Hebu Junguza vizuri.— PHAROS KEBENEI KENEI (@KeneiPharos) April 8, 2019
The resemblance of the ‘two Anns’ cannot be wished away. Again the two share their first name and both are leaders at the helm.
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