Kenyan popular activist Boniface Mwangi has again come out with one serious relevation on what exactly awaits both President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto in few years time.
That is if the new plan by Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i to make chapter six of the Constitution more effective to politicians goes through.
Right, the Interior CS Fred Matiang'i is planning to go to court with the advice from Attorney General in making article six of the Constitution being applied to each and every politician who is found behind any form of violence, chaos and election disorders during the election process.
According to him, this will help in punishing those politicians easily by barring them off from contesting for any political seat or accessing any public office in the country.
However, according to Boniface Mwangi who has hailed Matiang'i for coming up with that move, this will help in punishing even President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy William Ruto.
Just as you can see in his tweet above, he has made it clear that both the two politicians will get jailed for the allegations of being behind the death of the former IEBC official Chris Musando who was reported dead just few days to 2017 general elections.
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