Speaking during a press meeting held by Kenya Kwanza leaders from Mombasa,Nyali Mp has stated that the Mombasa governor together with his families have been holding secret meetings to organize to disrupt campaigns held by UDA aspirants.
Surprisingly , the brave lawmaker has exposed the list of the people who were given mandate to cause chaos and attack people during UDA rallies. Ali has also revealed that he had the phone numbers of the gang appointed by Joho. The leader has added that four of the people had arms which were not licensed by the government.
To this,Ali has warned Joho that incase any chaos occur in the county then he will be the first suspect together with his family to be investigated.The leader has lamented on how Joho has misusing Mombasa youth to ensure that Kenya Kwanza's campaigns were not done in peace.
This is sad news to Kenyans especially as we head to August general election.
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