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
This is how police officers are hired. The first qualification isn’t education, but the mandatory run around the field. People die during that run. The fast runners are short-listed for teeth inspection; you need all your 32 teeth intact, to
Kenyan nurses have now been on strike for 115 days. I am horrified when I dare to imagine how many people have died as a result of the nurses not being at their stations to save lives and the few
I have been following the attacks on the Supreme Court by Jubilee Party and l am shocked. If the Supreme Court Judges were bribed, President Uhuru would have made the transactions public and investigations would have commenced. President Uhuru has
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?