Activist Boniface Mwangi has come out to accuse Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua of violent invasion on his Machakos home. The violent invasion comes days after the activist is seen on public hanging out with two lovebirds Juliani and Lilian Ng’ang’a. Lilian Ng’ang’a is an ex-wife to Governor Alfred Mutua after she eloped with the musician Juliani. It is believed that this has angered the Governor and few days the musician Juliani also complained about his life in danger.
Boniface says “Alfred Mutua you are an abusive man, you are a molester you physically abuse women and rape women, you are a bad man but am not afraid of you, you blowing up my house is just a physical thing. You can even kill me but I’ll expose you, you have blown up my house, a house that I’ve worked so hard to build. Me I won’t go down easily, you have to fight harder”. This morning Isaac Ouma filed a report with police and recorded a statement concerning the act at Thika police station. Police confirmed the receipt of the complain and police officers visited the home and investigations are underway.
The police reported that they are pursuing 3 suspects who are allegedly reported to have accessed the home using a white pickup. The authorities doing investigations are on it to find out the culprits and their motive. The Kenya Police service issued a statement “The National Police Service wishes to confirm that a report was this morning filed at Thika Police Station by one Isaac Ouma that a house belonging to one Boniface Mwangi, located ta Kinanie Location, was attacked by three(3) unknown men in a white pickup Registration Number not known and allegedly armed with pistols.
Members of the public with any information to assist with investigation are encouraged to contact the police.” The incident together with Boniface’s statements has ignited heated online debates with some people blaming the activist for associating with the couple Juliani and Lilian Ng’ang’a. Netizens have thrown their weight on the matter and has seen Alfred Mutua, Lilian Ng’ang’a as the trending topics on Twitter. Former Chief Justice emeritus Dr. Willy Mutunga has also chipped and gave his contribution about the matter.
@bonifacemwangi Our wailing has been the fundamental condition of our Motherland. The past, indeed, can be the present, and future. That’s why the clarion call, the struggle continues, is also a fundamental condition for our Motherland.2/
— Dr Willy M Mutunga, Chief Justice, Kenya (2011-16) (@WMutunga) October 21, 2021
@bonifacemwangi is my comrade-friend-son. He called me last night. He was wailing. So was his family. So, now our families are not safe. They’ve never been. A state that cannot guarantee the safety of both our lives and property is illegitimate 1/— Dr Willy M Mutunga, Chief Justice, Kenya (2011-16) (@WMutunga) October 21, 2021