• From videos and pictures shared by Boniface Mwangi in the morning, some rubbles from the house that is still under construction could be seen. 

Officers from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations visited activist Boniface Mwangi's home in Machakos County on Thursday afternoon. 

This is after the activist raised an alarm in the wee hours of Thursday morning, saying his house had been bombed. 

In a social media post on Thursday afternoon, Mwambi said a team from DCI and National Police Services had arrived at the location. 

"Bomb experts from @DCI_Kenya are here and processing evidence. @NPSOfficial_KE have responded well and sent Charles Mutua - Machakos County DCI Commander, Issa Mohammed-Machakos County Commander, and Athi River OCPD - Anderson Njagi," he shared.

Experts at Boniface Mwangi's home
Experts at Boniface Mwangi's home
Image: Courtesy

From videos and pictures shared by Boniface Mwangi in the morning, some rubbles from the house that is still under construction could be seen. 

The activist decried the incident, claiming there are people who want to intimidate him. 

“Four years ago they shot me. Yesterday they bombed my family home. Everything l do and say is protected by the constitution.

They can take away my everything but l will never stop speaking truth to power. I need your solidarity, demand answers from the police,” Mwangi said.

He added;

“All l ask is an open and transparent investigation. If speaking the truth will get me killed, I’m ready to die."

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