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Senator Wetangula joins Kenyans on Twitter to support Waiguru’s resignation

By James Wanzala | November 21st 2015

NAIROBI: News on Saturday 21st November, 2015 that Devolution Cabinet secretary Anne Waiguru has resigned created social media buzz with Kenyans expressing their emotions.

The hashtag #WaiguruResigns started trending immediately the breaking news of Waiguru’s resignation after citing health reasons.

Bungoma Senator Moses Wetang'ula ‏@Wetangulam tweeted:

Waiguru resigns after causing incredible pain, agony and humiliation to Pr Uhuru.

Zawadi Nyong'o ‏@ZawadiNyongo  tweeted:

So now that Minister Anne Waiguru resigned does she still get to keep her verified account blue tick? @twitter #WaiguruResigns

Trevor Ombija ‏@TrevorOmbija tweeted:  After #WaiguruResigns should we just live with the fact that we lost over Sh.791M ama niaje!

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#WaiguruResigns As a private citizen, she will have peace only that Kenyans expect her to return all lost public monies #StopAvicBuilding

Babu Owino ‏@Babu_Owino tweeted:

We expect more corrupt government officials to voluntarily resign from their offices #WaiguruResigns.

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