Boniface Mwangi is a kenyan photojournalist, politician and activist involved in socio-political activism. He is known for his images of the post election violence that hit Kenya in 2007-2008.
Recently, a Kenyan pilot in the US spotted a billboard bearing a photo of Boniface Mwangi. The pilot posted on his twitter page a short message which read, "The first person I 'saw' today when I drove into San Francisco is my boy Boniface Mwangi on a huge Apple billboard!"
Upon seeng the tweet Boniface Mwangi responded with a tweet of his own which read, "These unedited images that I shot with my phone have gotten so much love. I was Apple's face for their commercials. My Ted talk has over 1.49 million views. I'm a dope photographer with over 2 million followers on all my handles. I'm available as a brand ambassador and for photography gigs."
However, Boniface Mwangi should probably not get himself into the business of endorsing private businesses since it will probably lead to a conflict of interest. He may be forced look the other way when a company he is endorsing is engaged in some illegal practices.
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