Photographer Boniface Mwangi wanted to protest against corruption in his home country of Kenya. So he made a plan: He and some friends would stand up and heckle during a public mass meeting. But when the moment came … he
Activists paint slogans on donkeys in protest
By David Meffe His name is becoming synonymous with the in-your-face fearless type of political and civic activism that always rubs up political elites the wrong way. David Meffe met Boniface Mwangi to find out why he has become one of the most polarising
Activist debunks playground protest teargas allegations
This video is a short account of what happened today at #OccupyPlayground. Even children know an injustice when they see one.Posted by Boniface Mwangi on Monday, January 19, 2015
This video is a short account of what happened today at #OccupyPlayground. Even children know an injustice when they see one.
By Cassandra Herrman This short documentary profiles a Kenyan activist who asks American student volunteers: Why do you want to help us? Help your own country. A volunteer trip abroad has become almost a rite of passage for a
Boniface Mwangi Speech at the Swearing In Ceremony for new Advocates on Thursday January 23, 2014 at the Supreme Court Building,Nairobi,Kenya.