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"If I Die, Let No Politician Address My Funeral ," Boniface Mwangi Laments After House Got Bombed

Boniface Mwamgi's house got bombed on the night of October 21st by unknown persons who were allegedly travelling by a double cabin pick up.

According to eye witnesses who are workers in Mwangi's house, these made abruptly made a stop at the house with ongoing development, rushed to the worker's quarters where they roughed them up and took all their valuables before detonating explosives on the foundation of the house thus weakening it.

This created alot of fear and tension in Boniface Mwangi's home. Boniface has since taken to social media to condemn this matter. He says that he fears that his life and that of his family might be at risk but moreover he never fears to speak out the truth.

Among the series of tweets he wrote, the one that caught the eyes of Netizens is the one he wrote that if he unfortunately dies, he never wants any politician to address his funeral as all are wicked because they never address his matter in public but only call him privately to condemn the matter.

"Your favourite leaders are calling me privately to condemn the bombing but they won’t say anything publicly lest they upset their political allies who sent the men who planted the explosives. If l die, don’t let any politician address my funeral. They’re not welcome at our home." Tweeted Boniface Mwangi.

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