Activist Boniface Mwangi has recently been on the headlines after his house under construction was allegedly bombed by unknown people. He went ahead to accuse Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua of the vice.
Speaking to local media, Boniface said that he was aware of the public appeal from former Chief Justice Mutunga to help rebuild his house. He however distanced himself from the kitty saying that former CJ knows the struggle he has been going through.
“I know (former Chief Justice) Mutunga has done a public appeal as Mutunga, not as me. But CJ Mutunga understands the struggle I’ve gone through to build that house,” he said, maintaining that he didn't ask for funds and people should not interpret it as a 'sympathy-seeking expedition'.
He also maintained that the bombing was done by special forces as the only people trained to handle explosives are the Anti-Terrorism Police Unit, Recce Squad and the military. He added that ordinary police do not possess such and there is no way the attack would have been carried by a citizen.
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