Popular activist Boniface Mwangi has lately been known for his unmatched association with the controversial couple; musician Juliani and ex- Machakos County first lady Lilian Ng'ang'a. Well, Mwangi has always been on the forefront to vindicate any blames fronted against the couple even the bitter trolls that have always arose from netizens.
However, his controversial association seems to have cost him big time after an unanticipated overnight incident at his Lukenya home in Machakos. Through his Instagram account, Mwangi posted a video in the wee hours of the night after his house under construction was literally sank down by unknown armed individuals. But then, according to the activist; it is Governor Mutua who is probably behind the vandalism.
"I know it's Mutua because he is a molestor and an abusive man..." Mwangi ranted.
Moreover, Mwangi also revealed that bullets and explosives were used in the scene to blow up his house, he has since vowed to include authorities in investigating the matter. A number of celebrities have so far joined in to console the activist who is now counting lots of losses.
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