Your Days are Numbered Mohamed Ali Tells President Uhuru

By Tobby Otum

The failed era of President Uhuru Kenyatta’s administration will come to an end within less than a  month when Kenyans go for elections next in August.    

Nyali MP Mohammed Ali alias Jicho Pevu said the outgoing administration has failed Kenyans in its leadership style.

He insisted that the days of President Kenyatta’s administration are numbered and a new government will take over.

“The Jubilee administration under President Kenyatta’s stewardship has ignored the constitutional rights of the people,” he pointed out.

Jicho Pevu alleged the current administration is operating like a cartel and warned those in leadership that their days are numbered.

He spoke when he had accompanied Kenya Kwanza Alliance Collation Presidential candidate who is Deputy President William Ruto at a political rally to drum up support for his quest held outside Fort Jesus Museum in Mvita constituency, Mombasa county.

The legislator reminded the local electorate that this year’s polls will be a resolution to change the status quo in leadership which is being phased out.

Jicho Pevu refuted claims they were  looking for sympathy votes through promising to bring back transferred operations to the port of Mombasa.

He assured the coast region that they are out to fully revive port operations when they succeed the Jubilee administration after the polls.    

“Let the region’s electorate wake up early in the wee hours of the morning on voting day to cast their votes to salvage the operations at the port,” he said.  

The legislator who is seeking his re-election on UDA ticket assured the electorate when they form  the next government they will ensure an executive order is signed within a month to bring back all operations at the port.

Jicho Pevu scoffed at Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya coalition presidential candidate Raila Odinga’s  remarks that they will appoint Mombasa governor Hassan Ali Joho to head the lands ministry docket saying it’s the joke of the year.

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