Makau Mutua who is among famous people on social media in Kenya today tweeted on his twitter page that he joins others in asking CJ Mutunga to withdrawal appeal of a fundraiser for Boniface Mwangi. He state that instead let mobilize our Meager resources to help the truly needy.
Orina Matacho tweeted, "My hunch is that CJ Mutunga given his stature should play above sectarian interest and avoid dealing with guys like Mwangi who has no respect for the president."
Ali Said tweeted, "Boniface is a rich guy by Kenyan standards, he gets enough money from donors who like his militancy. If we really have to contribute, let's do it for right cause. There are very many needy people in kitui who can do with a free coin."
Ezekiel Oranga tweeted, "It's about making a statement. It isn't about whether the activist is needy or not. His house was damaged for his stand against bad governance. Should those who value his work just let him be, Prof?"
Ubuntu tweeted, "I agree Prof, let’s go ahead with the contributions once we get like 5M we channel every cent to several families who need at least a tin roofed house, imagine how many life’s we would have touched."
Phefumula tweeted, "It was a suggestion. We tend to think some people are okay in their lives and they will never need our help, people will always need our help no matter the status, is up to you either to help them or to look the other side, we are humans, not animals."
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