“ulirogwa na jina yangu” Jaguar tells Boniface Mwangi
Starehe Member of Parliament Charles Njagua popularly known as Jaguar has clashed with activist Boniface Mwangi over courts ruling on traffic offences.
Mwangi took to social media to condemn Judiciary for handing traffic offenders light sentence.
The activist used the example where Jaguar was accused of causing an accident on the Sagana-Makutano road in Kirinyaga county which claimed two lives.
“Jaguar killed two people and was found guilty. The court fined him (Sh)20000 or in default six months. Kenya judiciary is a scarecrow.” said Mwangi.
Mwangi sentiments didn’t get on well with the first time Lawmaker. Jaguar accused Mwangi of using him as a reference saying accidents are never intentional.
“@bonifacemwangi @ODPP_KE ..wewe ulirogwa na jina yangu “……accidents have never been intentional @boniface mwangi how many times have you caused accidents almost killing your own family members ??? And why is your reference only based on my case and there are no other people you can quote,” replied Jaguar.
This comes days after Citizen radio presenter caused accident and he aws charged one year imprisonment or a fine of Ksh 30,000.
Boniface and Jaguar contested for the Starehe Parliamentary seat in 2017 in which Jaguar emerged the winner while Mwangi came third.