Renowned activist Boniface Mwangi has hired senior counsel Martha Karua to represent him in a case in which his house was allegedly blown up with explosives.
Mwangi’s unfinished bungalow in Lukenya, Machakos County was partially destroyed in October last year in an alleged attempt to demolish it.
The activist accused Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua of being behind the incident, claiming the politician hired goons to destroy the house’s foundation.
Governor Mutua in response demanded an apology from Mwangi, failure to which he would take legal action against him.
Following a meeting with Karua on Monday, Mwangi said they shall make public confidential information on the bombing of his house next week.
“We have agreed on 21st January 2022 we shall make public the confidential information we shared with the Director of Criminal Investigations George Kinoti on the bombing of my Lukenya home,” Mwangi said via Twitter.