Nyali MP Mohammed Ali is among those legislatures who are know for their commitment towards provision of services to their voters. Despite of him being a die hard ally to Deputy President William Ruto, he never abandons his people but always provides good leadership in terms of service provision. The former standard group employee was in the first place to vote no to the BBI.
On Tuesday, Mohammed Ali left most of the elderly men and women of his constituency smiling after he paid their medical insurance through the NHIF.
His office offered the NHIF forms to the elderly on Tuesday and through his Tweeter account the outspoken politicians said they are targeting over 800 people above the age of 55 years old. Through this the beneficiaries will have their medical bills chartered for the next one year. For sure this shows the amount of love the MP is having to the elderly in his community and the kind of a leader he is setting example for the rest to follow.
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