The campaign season is heating up as expected and only 57 more days to the general elections. Politicians are using everything they can to try and win votes from Kenyans. Mohamed Ali has reacted to the news that Kenya is set to hand over it's major ports to a private entity operating on behalf of the government of the UAE.
The DP world will have the right to develop, operate, manage and oversee the expansion of the ports. This means that the country will lose control of the port to DP world. Reacting to this news, Mohammed Ali or better known as Jicho Pevu has urged Kenyans to vote for William Ruto.
He says that voting for William Ruto is voting for Kenya to regain it's ports. Here is what Jicho Pevu had to say, "We have every right to seek to destroy a system that seeks to destroy us. Its official our PORT is gone. All we have now is to fight back by voting them out. A vote for William Ruto is a vote to have our PORT back."
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