Boniface Mwangi and Jaguar met on the campaign trail and this happened
Two candidates seeking to represent Starehe constituency in parliament met on the campaign trail and interestingly shared a light moment.
Boniface Mwangi, who is vying on an Ukweli ticket, said he bumped into Jubilee Party’s Charles “Jaguar” Kanyi at Kariokor on Wednesday.
The activist cum politician said he shared his manifesto with Jaguar. A photo of the meeting shows the two candidates smiling.
Jaguar, in the photo, keenly looks at the yellow colored manifesto that was held up for him by his opponent.
It is unclear what the two candidates talked about apart from sharing the manifesto.
— Boniface Mwangi (@bonifacemwangi) July 27, 2017
Tweeps lauded both candidates terming the move as mature politics;
Great stuff keep up positive campaigns ????
— James Ochola (@kakajaluo) July 27, 2017
This is a very good example. Please show the old guards how mature poliitics is done.
— Paul Owuor Achia (@PaulOwuor11) July 27, 2017
Siasa safi. That’s good guys!!! Keep it up
— moses njoga (@NjogaMoses) July 27, 2017
Really Nice. Mature politics. We are all Kenyans.
— Martin Wachira (@unitedmarto) July 27, 2017
The two have in the past clashed after Mwangi called Jaguar a cry baby for breaking down during the Jubilee Party nominations. Mwangi has also accused Jaguar of defacing his campaign posters, as well as taunted him to agree on a candidates’ debate.
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