"Tutakunyoa kwa Chupa Si Wembe" Nyali MP Ali Mohammed Tells Governor Joho
By Felixotoro | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 1 views
Kenya is an independent nation that is ruled by President Uhuru Kenyatta who is an chief executive officer of the country. The new constitution of 2010 grants the citizens fundamental right and freedom of participating in democratic process such as voting and vying for seats.
Nyali member of Parliament Hon. Mohammed Ali has warned his County boss governor Hassan Joho that BBI Report will not succeeded in Mombasa County. Ali said "tutakunyoa kwa Chupa si wembe" which means they will shave the governor with a bottle glass and not a razor.
Ali was speaking to citizens at his Nyali in a political rally graced by the deputy president Dr William Ruto who has camped at Coast region for three days to drum his ambition for presidency in the next general election that will be held in August 2022.
In conclusion, Hon. Ali accused the politicians allied to Odm leader Raila Odinga for attacking deputy president on allegations that he should respect the president saying it's a blackmail.
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