Kenyan Activist and Politician Boniface Mwangi has flexed his courage online once again after blocking Baba’s motorcade.
In the video, one of the bodyguards is seen threatening Mwangi and demanding he makes way while the Activist refuses.
In Bonfice’s post, he said that he will not give power to impunity in the country. According to him, the motorcade had no right of passage.
“Who will protect Kenyans from these overentitled VIPs and their rogue bodyguards? A police officer in KCH 995E insulted me because l refused to be bullied, he was the lead car for KCH 755S. Please record, post & shame VIP bullies every day. I only give way for ambulances and marked police cars that aren’t escorting entitled VIPs. I refuse to let police abuse the siren to clear traffic for the people who should solve our traffic mess,” he said.
Check out how he blocked Baba’s motorcade below;
Who will protect Kenyans from this overentitled VIPs and their rogue bodyguards? A police officer in KCH 995E insulted me because l refused to be bullied, he was the lead car for KCP 755S. Please record, post & shame VIP bullies everyday @NPSOfficial_KE @IG_NPS @Ma3Route @IPOA_KE pic.twitter.com/XjTBpVzq3S
— Boniface Mwangi (@bonifacemwangi) October 14, 2019
The post has excited some fans while some have expressed disappointment, like Embakasi East Member of Parliament Babu Owino who had this to say;
That’s Raila. He’s among VIPs outside the presidency entitled to use security sirens on the road. There was a circular made to that effect last year. Be careful not to land in trouble pic.twitter.com/G0rU1U87d7
— Robert Langat (@Its_Roba) October 14, 2019
This is not the first time Boniface has shunned over-entitled government officials driving carelessly on Kenyan roads and t clearly won’t be the last.
I only give way to ambulances and fire engines. I block entitled civil servants and politicians who love to use sirens to avoid traffic. As a taxpayer, l expect the people in this big cars to follow the law and work towards solving the perennial traffic jams. @NPSOfficial_KE pic.twitter.com/HIJDKEVbB4
— Boniface Mwangi (@bonifacemwangi) June 24, 2019