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Exclusive: Boniface Mwangi's confession Kenyans have never heard before [Video]

Boniface Mwangi skeleton in the closet comes to light

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When Mr. Mwangi walked into Plive.co.ke office at Kileleshwa, everyone felt his presence and a commanding "Wasee mko aje?" would make you think he knew us from way back.

During the exclusive interview, Mwangi passionately communicated his vision for Starehe stating that he was the best candidate to take the seat.

The activist highlighted what he will to elevate the lives of the locals adding that he was ready to be an activist in Parliament, once elected.

He promised never to change his ways noting that he will still be the loud guy every Kenyan knows on the streets of Nairobi.

The father of three detests corruption and told this journalist that he never associates with anyone linked to the vile.

"I am a born-again Christian and I want to go to heaven. I fear if I associate with them they could drag me into their ways," he said.

Mwangi was quite free to answer even more personal questions ranging from illegal acts he committed in his previous life to crying in public.

In a Never Have I Ever session on Plive.co.ke, Mr. Mwangi allowed the world to know him even more.

Here is what Mwangi, fondly known as Bonnie has ever and never done in his 33 years.

Exclusive Interview With Boniface Mwangi

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