- — Archbald Macharia (@ArchieMasha)Mon, Feb 17 2014 09:05:52Inspector General @IGkimaiyo breathes a huge sigh of relief as professional activist Boniface Mwangi retires. We wish him luck in his future
- — Ivory Punk (@IvoryPunk)Mon, Feb 17 2014 10:13:54Hehehehe because activism is a career, Boniface Mwangi 'retires' http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/ktn/video/watch/2000075160/-boniface-mwangi-retires …
- — Ghafla.co.ke (@GhaflaKenya)Mon, Feb 17 2014 09:41:37Robert Alai Takes Potshots at Radical Photo-Activist Boniface Mwangi for Announcing ‘Retirement’ from Activism... http://bit.ly/1bcuEie
- — spider hunter (@kwambui)Sun, Feb 16 2014 18:31:33Dear Lord, Please let Boniface Mwangi earn a place in the government, so that we can see how better he could work than those already there.
- — Kenneth Githaiga (@githaigamaina)Sun, Feb 16 2014 18:20:47No offence but 'activists' like Boniface Mwangi only quit 'activism' when they've gotten enough donor money, or when the cash wells dry up!
- — Boniface Mwangi (@bonifacemwangi)Sat, Feb 15 2014 12:42:20@QulshTM l'm a bit pissed. You vote for a thief,they screw you then you blame Boniface Mwangi.
BOWING TO PRESSURE OR SANITY – AN ACTIVIST CALLS IT QUIT
After a very energetic and dramatic stint, one of Kenya's most recognisable faces in the realm of activism, has decided to call it a day. His reasoning is quite simple. He needs to be there for his family and regularly confronting authorities was putting that at risk. Reactions have been varied.
byALBERT GACHIRI436 Views