With countable months to the much awaited 2022 polls, Politicians from different political divides have flooded the ground in a bid to amplify their political ambitions.
In that context, Nyali Constituency Member of Parliament Hon Mohammed Ali alias "Jicho Pevu" left Kenyans toungue wagging on Tuesday 30th of November after he took to social media and shared photos of himself interacting with Nyali Constituency electorates. Below are few of the photos;
(Photo Courtesy/Mohamed Ali Interacting With Nyali Constituency electorates)
According to the photos, the Nyali Constituency Legislator is seen interacting with common 'Wanjiku' whom he strongly believes are the cause of him being in Parliament.
In a number of times, Mohamed Ali has been hitting headlines over various matters having most of them being matters regarding to empowerment of his people apart from education matters.
Unexpected to Mohamed Ali whose an ardent supporter of Deputy President William Ruto, the photos sparked reactions of different kinds from Kenyans having majority of Kenyans congratulating the Legislator for making Nyali Constituency a better place to live in. Below are few of the comments in screenshots;
What is your opinion over Mohamed Ali? On the other hand, what is your opinion over Politicians whom have flooded the ground in search of votes ahead of 2022 General Elections?
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