Martha Karua Responds To Mwangi's Birthday Message On Her 65th Birthday

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By  | Sep 22, 2022, 02:12 PM  | Drama

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Martha Karua has caused a stir online after replying to Boniface Mwangi's message on her birthday.

The activist who had taken to his social media account to wish the Iron lady a happy 65th birthday has continued to prove his loyalty to the Deputy President of the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance.

"Happy Birthday Martha Karua. May God bless you with long life, good health, and the strength to keep on fighting for a more equal, just, and humane Kenya. A country where the rule of law is respected and nobody is above the law. That's possible in our lifetime. Let's make it happen" The father of three had posted.

Fans joined him in wishing the phenominal woman a happy born day, they praised her for the good work she did during the campaign and wished her long life.
Replying to her on Twitter, Martha thanked him. He excited netizens after calling him her son. 
 
'Thanks, son' she replied. 

Boniface is known for wanting to please Martha, some years back he hit the headlines for supporting Martha.

Boniface Mwangi Disses All Kenyans Just To Please Martha Karua
Celebrity activist Boniface Mwangi has sharply defended former Constitutional Affairs minister Martha Karua against accusations of fomenting the 2007 post-election violence.


Bonnie as he's popularly known not only attacked Martha's detractors but all Kenyans in a scathing post on his Twitter, "Kenyans are naive, very naive. Martha Karua is blamed for post-election violence that she didn't benefit from."

The usually outspoken Bonnie's got his fame because of his photographic coverage of that dark period of Kenya's history which killed over 1,000 people. He was working as a photojournalist for the national newspaper The Standard when the violence broke out and his gruesome first-hand photos helped to show Kenyans and the world the real toll of the violence.

In his post, Bonnie knows exactly who Kenyans should blame instead, and it's not Martha Karua, who is accused of helping the then ruling regime to rig the election. A dispute which quickly escalated. "She was set up, she defended Kibaki without knowing what was going on. Kibaki, Raila, Ruto, and Uhuru don't get as much hate as Martha but those four men benefited from the violence."

The 2007 post-election violence has become a hot topic of conversation online. This is after Kenya's top cop George Kinoti put fear in the boots of everyone involved yesterday when he announced that The Directorate of Criminal Investigations has reopened the cold case.

“We are going back to these cases because people are being threatened, we cannot allow this to happen again in our country,” Kinoti said, “we have heard from the victims and they all know who is threatening them. We will protect them,” said DCI Kinoti.

Among those mentioned to get into deep trouble include the newly christened Hustler Bae, Deputy President William Ruto, who was last weekend pictured living large in Dubai while enjoying one of the world's most expensive steaks. DP Ruto was charged at the Hague's International Criminal Court along with President Kenyatta and four others, but all charges were dropped due to lack of evidence.







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