Kirinyaga Women Representative and former Devolution Cabinet Secretary Anne Waiguru has posted her photo with the newly elected University of Nairobi student leader Ann Mwangi Mvurya and Kenyans online cant keep calm.
In the post on Twitter, Ms Waiguru said it was an intriguing phenomena that every one person has someone they strongly resemble.
“It is said that everybody has at least one person whom they strongly resemble: Had an intriguing meeting with newly elected UNSA chair,
@MwangiMvurya. We share quite abit in common including a shared passion for more women in political leadership,” Ms Waiguru tweeted.
It is said that everybody has at least one person whom they strongly resemble: Had an intriguing meeting with newly elected UNSA chair, @MwangiMvurya. We share quite abit in common including a shared passion for more women in political leadership. pic.twitter.com/mTPsDWBRHS
— Anne Waiguru (@AnneWaiguru) April 25, 2019
Kenyans on social media have continued to comment on how intriguing the resemblance of the two is.
@JimKitchKe said: “Mheshimiwa ama hii ni same case na wale wasichana wa Kakamega? Naona ulizaa msichana hosi ukabadilishiwa….”
@eddie_muchiri: “She looks like your small siz mhesh”
@MarcusDaudi4: “Minjiminji ni mbili…. Very smart and beautiful Gvn”
@WatetuMwai:” Ndio tulikuwa tunasema midwives to be investigated. Your son has a twin sister.”
@ Nessy_Nduta:”At first I thought she’s your daughter until I read the caption…”
Some were even funny
@olooagedist “You look immediately.”
Ms Mvurya who is 20 years old is the first female to become the leader University of Nairobi Students’ Association, formerly SONU.
In a past interview with Nairobi News, asked on the resemblance with Anne Waiguru, she said she was curious to follow up on her ancestry to see if there was any connection.
“We are not related but I will be meeting her soon to compare our ancestry now that people have raised the matter,” Mvurya said
Ms Mvurya was the head-girl at her primary school at Kings Academy in Nakuru and Bahati Girls in the same county where she held different leadership positions.