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Kayole Residents Treated To boniface Mwangi’s SOFTIE The Film


Residents of Kayole South in Embakasi central today got a chance to host a peace ambassadors associated with the renowned human right activist Boniface Mwangi.

The group of firebrand human rights crusaders have been crisscrossing the country to preach peace before, during and after the forthcoming 2022 general election, with emphasis on youths and people living in informal settlements that are considered vulnerable for political deception during electioneering seasons.

During the session with Kayole residents were treated to a free film of Boniface Mwangi’s life as an activist dubbed ‘SOFTIE’ to educate them on how best they can bargain for their rights,patriotism  ,civic duties and calling rogue leaders to order.

Irene Koi the organizer of softie film told  Ghetto Radio that softie film is not in the business of agenda setting or to shape opinion but to enlight the citizens on their civic duties.

“….we are basically going around the country showcasing the the film ans asking the public to make their own judgment, we are not shaping their opinion,watch the film and know their civic rights as Kenyans” Irene said.

Kepher Don a youth leader and local activist in Kayole also appreciated the efforts if the softie film crew for the tireless efforts to keep the civizens on the know of their fundamental rights and also keeping  memories of Kenya’s bloody election so that Kenyans can embrace peace in 2022 election and beyond.

“Softie film is like a mirror, showing us what has happen in the past,in 2007/08 people lost their lives,so come 2022 we want a peaceful election so that we can elect leaders who can help us Kenyans”,Kepher opined.

The voice of activists will now join the long list peace crusaders including the National Cohesion and Integration Commission(NCIC) that in the resent past have incorporated Boda Boda riders across the country to be the agent of peace even as the clock ticks to the election.

By Rodgers Oduor