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Major Boost for NASA as Moha Jicho Pevu declares his political stand

2017-09-13T16:01:20.769+0000 Riziki Hamadi

Nyali MP Mohamed Ali (in black) alongside Nasa leadership during a rally at Kamukunji Grounds in Kibra, Nairobi County, September 12, 2017. [Photo|ODM]

Nyali MP Mohamed Ali, has pledged to work closely with the National Super Alliance (Nasa).

Ali who was elected on an Independent ticket during the August 8, general election, had lost an ODM ticket during April party nominations, to a relative of the Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho.

Popularly known as Moha Jicho Pevu, the former Standard Media journalist revealed his support for Raila Odinga presidency, during a rally at Kamukunji Grounds in Kibra, Nairobi County, Tuesday.

He said he would be they eye of the people in parliament, by ensuring the citizens get the required development and change they all yearn for.

During the rally attended by all Nasa principals and several other leaders, Moha indicated he would campaign for Odinga, to ensure he becomes Kenya's fifth president, come October 17 during fresh presidential election.

Given that Nasa opponents, Jubilee Party has the majority at the National Assembly, Moha's support for the coalition deals boost to the alliance.

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