Kenyan Human rights activist and politician Boniface Mwangi has caused a stir online with his latest remarks on the Wednesday night bombing of his house, an attack he linked to Machakos Governor Dr. Alfred Mutua.
According to details shared on the page Kenyans.co.ke's Facebook page on Friday, the activist criticised Politicians for calling him privately about the incident instead of condemning the act publicly so as not to upset their political allies, who he claimed sent men who planted exposives in his house.
Mwangi went further to say that should he die, no politician should address mourners at his funeral as they are not welcomed at their home.
Remarks which have illicited Mixed Reactions from Netizens.
Below are comments from Netizens on his thoughts.
"Unless you die in another country. All Kenyans are politicians." A comment read.
"Elections are around the corner, it's show time." A comment read.
"Mwangi lost content. He's just a bitter person who got nothing to shout for. " a comment read.
"They will be busy campaigning. " a comment read.
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