According to the latest opinion poll from Mizani Africa, UDA party candidate Mohammed Ali commonly known as Jicho Pevu is in the lead in Nyali Constituency. Ali has a support of 61.5 percent against ODM Candidate Said Abdalla who has a support of only 15 percent support.
Here is a link: https://twitter.com/Mizaniafrica/status/1548944301631102978?s=20&t=r21ZRVNbD07qlQpvTa-v2w
This is just the clearest indication that if elections happened today in Nyali, UDA party would carry the day. This without a doubt is bad news to the ODM party that have dominated the politics of Mombasa for many years.
Mohamed Ali support in Nyali majorly results from his efforts to serve the people of Nyali with zeal and energy especially on bursaries and other development programmes. It's already clear that UDA party is likely to carry the day in Nyali Constituency when Kenyans will finally cast their vote.
Mohamed Ali has been pushing hard to have Hassan Omar as well win the seat of Governor in Mombasa given they have always campaigned together. Whether UDA party will fully dethrone Azimio in Mombasa County politics, let's wait and see for it's a fact we clearly live in very interesting times.
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