Police have commenced investigations into the alleged bombing of activist Boniface Mwangi’s house in Lukenya Machakos County.
A statement by the National Police service in Kenya states that a report on the bombing was reported by Issac Ouma at the Thika Police Station.
In the report, Ouma stated that three unknown men in a white pick up assaulted the building still under construction with detonators causing three holes.
“The National Police Service wishes to confirm that a report was this morning filed at Thika Police Station by one Issac Ouma that a house belonging to one Boniface Mwangi, located at Kinanie Location, was attacked by three (3) unknown men in a white pickup Registration Number not known and allegedly armed with pistols,” reads the statement by the police.
“The attackers accosted the site workers, robbed them off personal effects and assaulted the building still under construction with detonators causing three holes.”
Police however say that no one was injured in the incident that happened at night.
Activist Boniface Mwangi had sounded an alarm over the bombing of his house accusing a prominent governor of having a hand in the incident.
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