Boniface Mwangi accuses governor Mutua of threatening to kill Lilian Ng’ang’a

Activist Boniface Mwangi is not afraid to play dirty with Governor Alfred Mutua. In fact, when you look at it, seems like Mwangi lures the Machakos Governor into online fights; (which he often falls for) giving him a proper platform and audience to expose shocking details about the governor that many know nothing about.

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Anyway 4 weeks after activist Boniface Mwangi failed to show up for his court hearing following the defamation case filed against him by Alfred Mutua; the two are back to making headlines and it doesn’t look pretty!

This is after Mutua’s lawyers Harrison Kinyanjui revealed he was going ahead with the contempt of court case against activist Boniface Mwangi; who continues to disobey the court which prohibited him from publishing (in the print, electronic or online media) defamatory material concerning Governor Mutua.

In a screenshot shared by Boniface Mwangi, the mail read;

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We have no option but to proceed with the scheduled contempt of court proceedings.

Boniface Mwangi shares screenshot from Alfred Mutua’s lawyers

Boniface hits back

What we didn’t expect, is the defense mechanism used by Boniface Mwangi against Mutua. Once again, Mwangi saw an opportunity to expose more dirt on the Governor and truth is – his post has left fans talking.

Well Boniface alleges that the governor threatened to kill ex, Lillian Ng’ang’a in a Tweet he wrote;

@DrAlfredMutua‬ is not magnanimous, no one threatens to kill their ex-partner, fraudulently transfers her company shares, steals a car and then bombs our home is magnanimous! All the evidence supporting this is with the police. ‪@DCI_Kenya‬ are protecting Mutua and his accomplices!

Although he did not share details of the threat, all we can see is that Boniface Mwangi is pulling out the big guns with just 157 days to the general elections.