The authorities are pursuing three suspects who are reported to have accessed the home in a white pickup.
"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.
"Members of the public with any information to assist with the investigation are encouraged to contact the police," the statement read in part.
Confirming the police statement, Mwangi posted photos of the visit from officers on his official handle thanking those who amplified his plight on social media last night.
Boniface Mwangi Blames Governor for Home Invasion
Mwangi shared video clips of his damaged house on Wednesday night showing that explosives had been used to destabilize the structure's foundation.
He further relayed that his workers stationed at the construction site were robbed of their valuables during the violent incident.
An emotional Mwangi decried the destruction of his dream house conveying that he and his family had made numerous sacrifices to start the project.
He also claimed that the attack on his property was instigated by a prominent politician in the country.
Mwangi specifically pointed an accusing finger on Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua, under whose jurisdiction the property is located.
For a better part of Thursday, Boniface Mwangi, Lillian and Alfred Mutua were the top trending topics in Kenya as netizens weighed in on the matter.
Here are some of the reactions posted online:-