Political leaders have embarked on developmental projects in various areas. Members of Parliament are trying to woo their constituents. Leaders allied to the deputy president Honourable William Ruto are positioning themselves as favourable to the voters. Honourable Mohammed Ali who is the member of Parliament for Nyali constituency is an ally of the deputy president Honourable William. He is doing well in his constituency. He has launched various projects in Nyali.
Today, Honourable Ali paid a visit at Mohamed Ali Girls secondary school in Mla Leo. He presented a cheque worth Ksh 492000. The money will cater for school fees for all students in that school. According to him, this is the only way to promote education and love to the needy people I'm the society.
Honourable Mohammed Ali is doing great. This has attracted love from his Constituents who are eagerly waiting to hand him another term in office comes 2022 general election. If all leaders would be like Honourable Mohammed Ali, Kenya will be far economically.
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