A human rights activist has gone to his twitter handle-the People's Watchman-to criticize the government for dropping a case against Cs Mithika Linturi after the complainant withdrew the matter.
One of the ways to die in Kenya is to testify against a politician. That dude who bombed our home is a Cabinet nominee. Out of 50 million Kenyans, President Ruto nominated some crooks to his Cabinet. Why would he do that ? "Are there no clean and qualified Kenyans he can nominate ?" he said.
Mithika Linturi, a CS nominee for Agriculture, was charged with attempted rape in January 2021. Many Kenyans believed that he was not fit because of the charges he had.Furthermore, he was once arrested over the remarks he made at an UDA rally.
Boniface Mwangi is a human rights activist who brought controversy when the then Deputy President, Dr. William Samoei Ruto, sued him because of the tweets he posted seemingly accusing him of murder, corruption, and land grabbing.
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