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Boniface Mwangi vs Francis Atwoli

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The recent decision by the county government of Nairobi to rename Dik Dik road, Kileleshwa to Francis Atwoli continues to spark reactions online.

Dik Dik road Kileleshwa renamed Francis Atwoli

A week after unknown people brought the sign down and was reinstated, activist Boniface Mwangi has now vowed to bring it down once again.

The activist yesterday paid the sign a visit and even went ahead to disclose how the COTU boss had hired goons to protect the road sign.

“I’m back! I went to see the illegal sign on Dik Dik Road. I find it laughable @AtwoliDza has employed three goons to guard it. Atwoli thrives on violence and intimidation to get his way. His CCTV is goons. We shall avoid confrontations but the sign will come down.@ahmednasirlaw” Read a tweet he posted.

Mwangi has this morning tweeted that he was going back to the place and urged Kenyans willing to join him to do so.

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“Let’s meet at Dik Dik Gardens, today, 1 pm and just say hello to @AtwoliDza goons. It’s a beautiful day to take a stroll and check out how Atwoli’s “CCTV” is holding up. Dik Dik Gardens is in Kileleshwa, off Mandera Road. You can take Matatu number 48 from Odeon Cinema. See you.” Reads his latest tweet.

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