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"Aki Inauma Sana" What Boniface Mwangi Has Said About His House That Has Sent Netizens Into Tears

The Kenya activist identified as Boniface Mwangi has left netizens in talks and tears as he clears the air on what happened to his five bedroom house which is reported to have been attacked by a group of unknown people who badly damaged his house which is still under construction.

Taking to social media, activist Boniface Mwangi has said that he can't just be brought down so easily, in his words which actually sounds so painful, he said that even if there is the government but there is also God in heaven.

He went ahead to say that his God will avenge him and that he had nothing personal with anybody that could lead to such destruction of incomplete building leaving it with holes on it.

"I won't go down easily...There is a government and there is a God in Heaven, and God will avenge me. God will serve me justice." The activist Boniface Mwangi painfully narrates.

His words comes few moments after the case was filed by Isaac Ouma and the investigation is underway by the police.

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