Sonko meets first UON female student leader

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Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko has congratulated the first lady in the Nairobi University leadership.

Ms Anne Mwangi, a third-year law student, has become the first female student to lead the powerful University of Nairobi Students Association (UNSA).

Ms Mwangi garnered 24 votes against Samuel Ayoma’s eight while Ertiman Oile got 4.

She will replace Mr Antony Manyara who has been the chairman of the association since last year.

The polls presided over by Prof Mohamed Jamaa, were held on Friday, through an electoral college and the results released on Sunday.

“Congratulations! Anne Mwangi becomes the first University of Nairobi [female]Student Leader, after nearly 50 years in existence. SONU has since been rebranded to UNSA,” tweeted University of Nairobi’s Vice-Chancellor Peter Mbithi.

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Anne Mwangi hit headlines with Kenyans wishing her luck in her new opportunity.

“Good deeds Ambassador congratulating Ann Mwangi Mvuria in the ongoing Nairobi beautification programme,” read Sonko’s post.

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