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.
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Activist Boniface Mwangi provided more details of how his house was bombed yesterday. He divulged more details why his house did not collapse after the bombing. Mwangi disclosed those details in his Twitter account to cool down the amounting pressure in social media. Yesterday, 21 October, activist Boniface Mwangi made headlines while crying for protection after his house was alleged bombed by his political enemies.
Photo Courtesy. The ongoing spat between Activist Boniface Mwangi and Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua has been going on for a while now with both individuals blaming each other for their Woes. The activist has been blaming The governor for the latest attack that saw Goons attempt to detonate explosives at his house that is located in Machakos County.
Human Rights activist Boniface Mwangi has sparked a mixed reactions after criticizing the current Parliament claiming that it is the worst in Kenyan history. Mwangi alleged that Jubilee member of parliament could not challenge president Uhuru Kenyatta but in 1980s, Kanu MPs were challenging the president.The vocal activist has been hitting headlines in an effort to ensure smooth flow of activities including fighting for the right of kenyans.
On the night of October 20th, activist Boniface Mwangi's family house was bombed by unknown people. Next morning is when the news made rounds as Mwangi had informed netizens about it through his twitter account. The activist has taken to his instagram page to share a video showing one of his site workers narrating the events that transpired that night.
"No Politician Should Address My Funeral In Case I Die" Activist Message to Leader as he Clashes With Alfred Mutua
Prestigious extremist and the well known of recent Kenya, Boniface Mwangi has declared that his family ought not give any political leader a stage to talk in the event that he he happens to die of any cause. Mwangi took to his social media accounts to make the announcement and cry after what he terms as a demonstration of deception among the political class leader includingthe current governor of Machakos County Dr Alfred Mutua .
Machakos Governor Dr Alfred Mutua has threatened to sue activist Boniface Mwangi over alleged defamation. In a long demand letter written by his lawyers, Mutua denied Boniface Mwangi’s claims that he paid goons to destroy his house that is under construction. He afterwards made five demands that Mwangi should comply to before the close of business today.
Activist Boniface Mwangi has revealed why his house that he has been constructing in Lukenya, Machakos county did not collapse after bombing. Mwangi who took to his Twitter account to explain the reason, said that explosives had been planted under the house. During explosives fortunately not all detonated sparing his house.
Boniface Mwangi has been hitting the headlines in recent past after he said Governor Mutua had hired goons to bomb his house and frustrate his workers. This allegations invited mixed reactions from some who claimed he's running a cheap publicity while a section took his allegations genuinely. Photo courtesy
Friday, October 22, 2021 - Revered human rights activist Boniface Mwangi has said that if he dies today, no politician should have the opportunity to address mourners at his funeral. In a social media post after his home in Lukenya was bombarded by strangers on Wednesday night, Mwangi revealed how politicians called him to condemn the bombing, but they cannot speak publicly.
'Politicians are Calling Me Privately' Boniface Mwangi Discloses What is Happening Behind The Scenes
Activist Bonface Mwangi has come out to give another statement after his house was bombed down by some unknown people. Mr. Mwangi through a post which he deleted after some minutes, claims that lack of accountability in Kenya has led some people to believe that they can do anything, whenenever they want and to whom they want.
Machakos Governor Dr Alfred Mutua is demanding an apology from activist Bonifice Mwangi for linking him to bombing of his house in Lukenys Machakos county. (Machakos governor Alfred Mutua) Governor Mutua wants him to remove sll social media posts including a video he posted linking him to the incident.
Boniface Mwangi took to Twitter yesterday to reveal that his house that he has been constructing in Lukenya had been bombed. Some people were curious why the house appeared to be standing and in apparent good condition. Boniface Mwangi has taken to Twitter to explain why. Posting on his official account, Mwangi said that explosives had been planted under the house.
"Don't let Any Politician Adress My Funeral "-Activist Mwangi Shocks Kenyans with Disturbing Remarks
Kenyan Human rights activist and politician Boniface Mwangi has caused a stir online with his latest remarks on the Wednesday night bombing of his house, an attack he linked to Machakos Governor Dr. Alfred Mutua. According to details shared on the page Kenyans.co.ke's Facebook page on Friday, the activist criticised Politicians for calling him privately about the incident instead of condemning the act publicly so as not to upset their political allies, who he claimed sent men who planted exposives in his house.
The chief activist Boniface Mwangi finally delivers emotional statement to all politicians warning them not to address his funeral if he kicks the bucket. Boniface reiterated that most politicians are silently calling him to condemn the bombing act but not publicly speaking about it, the matter he strongly opposed and said no any politician should speak on his funeral.
Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua has been on the limelight for the past few weeks after break up with his wife Lilian Ng'ang'a. The governor has however not been in peace as Kenyans continued to poke their noses in the break up. Boniface Mwangi has been attacking the governor lately calling him various names.
Machakos governor through his legal team demands an apology from chief activist Mr Boniface Mwangi who accused him of bombing his house in Machakos. The governor reiterated Mr Mwangi should apologize today 21st October 2021 or he face charges for defamation against his name. This followed hours after Mwangi pointed accusing fingers at Machakos governor for being responsible in bombing of his house.
Boniface Mwangi has stormed the social media platforms once again as he conveys a powerful message warning Kenyan politicians against addressing the mourners when he dies. Mwangi has been known as a man who is not in agreement with most of the things politicians promised and even used the burial ceremony to drum up support for themselves.
Mr. Mutunga has decided to rally Kenyans to contribute and help the political activist Boniface Mwangi rebuild his home. Using his Twitter page, Mr. Mutunga wrote, "I appeal to Kenyans who value humanity to help me and others to rebuild Boniface Mwangi’s house to shame those who sponsored the inhuman, cruel, and satanic act of blowing up Mwangi’s house."