"Uhuruto wanamanga nyake kwa fujo" Kenyan youths respond to Willy Mutunga's sheng message

Left with no one to adress their grievances over grand corruption, Kenyan's have turned to their former Chief Justice Willy Mutunga.

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The immediate former Kenyan Chief Justice Willy Mutunga has caused a stir online following his message addressed to the Kenyan youth.

His message caused a school like response with many opting to report the Jubilee leadership for the runaway corruption scandals that have rocked their administration.

His tweet message was in sheng and specifically addressed to the younger generation not only explaining his silence for some time but also wishing everyone a good weekend.

It was a message that resonated well with many who had been used to how the former CJ had dropped all officialdom online so as to mobilize the masses and create a rapport between the judiciary and the populace especially the youth.

This is something many already miss from the current CJ who will for sure never work in sheng but also hardly interacts with the public.

This was Mutunga’s message whose huge response was an indication of just how popular and successful he had become in connecting with the youth in their environments.

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