Atweet from the famous Twitter kingpin and activist and who in the just ended elections was supporting the Azimio la umoja alliance has sparked a new heat from his Twitter fans and some media houses.
"I have written about 2000 words why Azimio lost the presidency. I expect to be crucified for washing our dirty linen in public but we can’t learn if we don’t self reflect. I’m letting the words breath. l shall post the article by end of day. Courage is speaking truth."wrote Boniface Mwangi on his Twitter.
Boniface Mwangi also added,"We gave Bomas access badges to incompetent sycophants, politicians, and cronies who were there not to guard the vote but to heckle, disrupt, and take selfies to show that they were at the tallying centre"
This has met the Azimio la umoja alliance supporters in shock as they showed their disappointment stating the alliance had all the time it neede to pick the right representatives. Some also agreed with him amd urged them to do better next time.
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