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'Wacha Ukabila" Mohamed Ali Faulted For Allegedly Fueling Tribalism in a Recent Job Advertisement

Nyali Member of Parliament Mohamed Ali has found himself on the wrong side of Kenyans concerning his statement on how jobs are distributed in Kenya. The Kenya Port Authorities had announced that they are offering 200 job opportunities for Kenyans at the Kenyan ports. [Photo Courtesy]

However, Mohamed Ali has written back to Kenya Port Authority trying to correct them on how they offer jobs to Kenyans. Through a letter that he posted on his official social media pages, he claims that most Coastal people do not receive jobs due to biasness while offering opportunities.

"I have noted with concern that unfortunately there has been open bias and rampant discrimination against the coastal residents when it comes to allocation of resources. This has made a negative impact on the growth and development of the coastal region and specifically on tye livelihoods of tye residents." The statement read in part.

"I hereby demand that with reference to the above advertised post, atleast 140 of the post to be allocated to residents of Coastal region." He said.

Kenyans have faulted him for claiming that job advertised in coastal region should remain to coastal people. They claim that Mohamed Ali is showing signs of tribalism Kenyans. Therefore,they have argued that job offered by the government should not be restricted to which people should apply for it.

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