Yesterday, acting as free citizens of this democratic republic, we exercised our constitutional right to protest. At 11am, we took to the streets, unarmed and carrying harmless placards and crosses to symbolize the people who have been killed, as a
“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.
How we are changing Kenya’s politics Thanks to YOU. #StareheNiBonnie
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?
How we are campaigning and what the voters of Starehe are saying about us. Thanks to your support, we are winnng Starehe! #StareheNiBonnie
Here is how we are campaigning. Volunteer to campaign with us door-to-door this weekend. For my campaign schedule: firstname.lastname@example.org My Campaign Office: Kenya House Complex, Koinange Street, 2nd Flr S25. Campaign Office number: 0797 878944/0736944418 #StareheNiBonnie