No Place For Corrupt Politicians to Hide in Kenya
Ahead of the 2013 poll, the fight against corruption has gone digital with a website that links high-ranking politicians to graft and other scandals.
PHOTO ESSAYS: No Place For Corrupt Politicians to Hide in Kenya
Boniface Mwangi is freelance photographer who boasts two CNN Mohamed Amin Photographic Awards...
Inter Press Service, 21 November 2012
A new website linking corruption and other scandals to high-ranking Kenyan politicians, created by a team of political provocateurs, has become one of the most-visited web pages in... read more »
Capital FM, 28 June 2012
A group calling itself "Kenya Ni Kwetu" left mock coffins at the gates of Parliament, in a demonstration "to bury years of impunity," charging political rulers of corruption and... read more »
Radio Netherlands Worldwide, 9 July 2012
Photographer and social activist Boniface Mwangi may only be 28, but the photos he took during Kenya's 2007 post-election violence have made a name for himself. That name is... read more »
The Star, 29 June 2012
ABOUT one thousand youths on Wednesday took to the streets to protest against poor leadership. Carrying empty coffins and singing dirges the group, called the Ballot Revolution-... read more »
Radio Netherlands Worldwide, 5 September 2012
Envelope-pushing Kenyan photojournalist and activist Boniface Mwangi is one of this year's Prince Claus laureates. The news was announced on 5 September at the Prince Claus... read more »
Boniface Mwangi organised artists to create murals depicting the nations political elite as vultures and criticising the populace for voting them into office again and again.