Boniface Mwangi’s Sarcastic Apology to DP Ruto


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Human rights activist Boniface Mwangi on Friday took an interesting turn to apologise for linking Deputy President William Ruto to murder, land grabbing and stealing.

Mr Mwangi stated that since he was instructed to apologise within seven days, he was ready to do so and decided to use his twitter handle to sarcastically ask for forgiveness.

Using the hashtag #IamSorry, the outspoken journalist highlighted various corruption cases in the country using caricatures by renowned satirical cartoonist Gado as his apology to the DP.

I was given 7 days to apologise by the DP. Today is the 7th day. I want to apologise. Follow this hashtag #IamSorry,” Mwangi said mockingly.

Mwangi sarcastically expressed that he was deeply sorry for the infamous scandals in Kenya such as; the Maize Scandal, IEBC’s Chickengate scandal, land grabbing among others.

He further told off the DP for the evils in the country such as extrajudicial killings, tribalism and poaching.

Meanwhile, Ruto on Friday made good his threat to sue the activist for linking him to the murder of slain businessman Jacob Juma.

In the law suit the DP wants the court to compel the activist to delete the twitter message and publish an apology.

More to this, he demands the apology and retraction be given prominence on social media, newspapers and electronic media.

He further wants the activist to be barred from ever publishing or posting on social media any defamatory material against him and also seeks damages for libel.

Here are some of his apologies:

Kenya is broke because of grand corruption. Kenya’s national debt is at Sh3.2 trillion.

Kenyans that President Uhuru didn’t fire Wario for corruption and mismanagement of sports ministry. He commended him.

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