Starehe constituency parliamentary candidates, Activist Boniface Mwangi and Singer Charles Njagua (Jaguar) on Wednesday 26th July, had a impromptu meeting during their campaigns in Kariakor, Nairobi.
The two displayed politics at its best as they shared some light moments. Boniface even shared his manifesto with Jaguar before going about their business.
On his Twitter, Mwangi said: ”I bumped into Jaguar yesterday, while we were both campaigning in Kariakor, and I gave him a copy of my manifesto.”
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I bumped into Jaguar yesterday, while we were both campaigning at Kariakor, and l gave him a copy of my manifesto. #StareheNiBonnie pic.twitter.com/0OpqGQaKa1
— Boniface Mwangi (@bonifacemwangi) July 27, 2017
Kenyans could not help but applaud them for setting a good example.
Mwangi had at one time termed Mr Kanyi as a ‘cry baby’ after he allegedly defaced his posters in Ngara.
It seems like it is water under the bridge as the two practice what Super Senator Sakaja calls ‘siasa safi.’
ODM’s Steve Mbogo and Maendeleo Chap Chap’s Mwaniki Kwenya are also in the hotly contested race that is ten days away.
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