Activist Boniface Mwangi has posted on his Twitter account and compared the previous number of followers he had before engaging Kenya’s Twitter bullies and after he dared them to unfollow him if they are not well pleased with the way he present his personal views and opinions.
Mwangi is facing the wrath of Kenya on Twitter bullies after he talked ill and insulted a section of leaders from the Ukambani region especially former hubby to Lilian Nganga and Machakos Governor, Alfred Mutua in what he claims he is threatening the current boyfriend to Lilian, Juliani.
After boasting of having one of the largest following in Kenya, he went ahead and told them unfollowing him wouldn’t offend him because he does not even know that strangers following him even existed in the first place.
Mwangi had a total of 1793607 followers and now he has informed the public through a screenshot that he has 1793582 followers, a decrease by 25 followers in less than 24 hours. He has urged Kenyans who are dissatisfied with his view to continue unfollowing.
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