Alai mocks Moha Jicho Pevu after seeing this new Orange Building in Nyali
By Christbuoy080 | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 2 views
Blogger Robert Alai has ridiculed Nyali Member of Parliament Mohamed Ali’s new building in a local school.
Commenting on the newly completed block at Bullo Primary and Secondary Schools in Nyali, Renowned blogger Alai mocked the MP saying he painted the building with Orange colours because his heart was still with Mr. Raila Odinga and not William Ruto.
Blogger Alai sought to know why, of all the colours on earth, Mr Ali could only pick on ODM's orange identity.
“Great that amepeleka rangi ya ODM,” Alai tweeted on Saturday evening creating a buzz of reaction from his followers.
While unveiling the block through Deputy President William Ruto, Moha Jicho Pevu observed that his work is to make sure every corner of the Constituency develops equally.
“Nyali will always be good. Asante sana DP William Ruto for visiting us today. Nyali tumesema tutazidi kuekeza katika ELIMU huku tukifagilia akili ndogo isitawale akili kubwa," he captioned the photo.
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