“Police stop killing us”, shout protesters who today marched against police violence in Kenya. Prominent activist Boniface Mwangi was injured by a teargas canister in the process.
Former Starehe MP aspirant Boniface Mwangi organizes a protest against police killings.
The first time I attended a political rally was during the July 7, 1998 Saba Saba Day celebrations at Kamukunji Grounds in Nairobi. As I listened to the speeches, I was shocked at how a young student leader, going by
From a photojournalist to an activist, now to a politician. Boniface Mwangi intends to vie for a parliamentary seat in the forthcoming August 8 elections in Kenya. Does he have what it takes to make a difference?
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Kenya’s Most Famous Critic of Politicians Runs for Political Office By Tristan McConnell On a March afternoon, as gray clouds gathered overhead, Boniface Mwangi procrastinated outside the walled Kariokor Market, in Nairobi, scrolling through text messages on his iPhone. Mwangi is thirty-four