Political and human rights activist Boniface's house was recently bombed down. He directed all the blame to Machakos governor Alfred Mutua calling him a narcissist and a very abusive man. If that was not enough, Mr. Mwangi has now come out with new statement on why his suspicion landed on Alfred Mutua.[Photo Courtesy]
According to Mwangi, he says that Alfred Mutua was aware of all the constructions that was ongoing at Lukenya, Machakos county. He claims that former Machakos first lady used to visit the construction site with the Mutua's chase cars. She would come to visit him because they were friends since 2004. He also added that, the governor knew well about the house since he was posting the progress of the house on social media platforms.
Since the day Boniface Mwangi cried about the bombing of his house, the directorate of criminal investigation send a bomb squad the site. He added that the normal citizens and police cannot posses any bomb. He therefore links the bombing with Anti-Terrorism Police Unit, Reece squad and military.
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