Human rights activist Boniface Mwangi has been on the headlines for the last few hours after he shared pictures of Juliani and his lover Lilian Nga'ng'a. The pictures illicited mixed reactions from netizens, including the immediate former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko.
According to Sonko, the posts are just hurting Machakos County governor Dr Alfred Mutua, Lilian's ex husband. He also argued that it was also putting Juliani's life at risk.
Responding to these, plus the trolls he received, he insisted that he will not deactivate his pages just because he is being bullied. He went on to state that since the page is his, he will post whatever he wants and anyone who bullied him will be blocked.
He said this is the different between him and the president Uhuru Kenyatta. It is remembered president Uhuru Kenyatta confessed deactivating his social media pages to avoid the hates and insults that are being spread on such platforms.
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