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Activist Boniface Mwangi and Jaguar involved in a twitter row

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Starehe Member of Parliament Hon. Jaguar has been involved in a twitter exchange with activist Boniface Mwangi over a past incident.

The rift first begins when Boniface Mwangi references Inspekta Mwala sentencing saying Jaguar had one killed two people and was released on Ksh 20,000 bail.

Activist Boniface Mwangi continues by calling the Kenyan Judiciary a scarecrow saying justice is for sale.

“Jaguar killed two people and was found guilty. The court fined him sh20,000 or in default six months in jail. Kenya judiciary is a scarecrow.”

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Responding to the activist’s example, Hon. Charles Njagua said accidents have never been intentional asking Boniface how many time he endangered his family.

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“Accidents have never been [email protected] how many times have you caused accidents almost killing your own family members? And why is your reference only based on my case are there no other people you can quote?”

Hon. Jaguar then questions Mwangi’s obsession with using his name.

The row comes barely a day after popular TV actor Inspeskta Mwala was sentenced to one year or pay a fine of Ksh 20,000.

Inspekta Mwala was accused of drunk driving causing the death of one person.

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