Mohamed Ali accuses fellow aspirant Saido for chaos during ODM rally

Former KTN journalist Mohamed Ali at a past function. PHOTO: COURTESY.

Mombasa,KENYA: Former KTN investigative journalist Mohamed Ali who is well known for his Jicho pevu investigative series has spoken out after allegations that he caused drama in Tononoka grounds on Sunday by trying to have the CORD leader Raila Odinga endorse him for the Nyali parliamentary seat.

In a post on his Facebook page ,Moha urged the management of the Orange Democratic Movement to deal with hooligans in the party.

Moha once again threw jabs at his opponent Saido who happens to be Mombasa governor Ali Hassan Joho’s brother.

“Thank you Mombasa. ODM disciplinary committee should now deal with hooligans. The people have decided. Being a brother to Governor Ali Hassan Joho doesn’t give you the right to fight other aspirants on the podium. We know there are instructions not to release the said video with the evidence but it’s too late. Be the judge. You can’t bring a good man down.” Moha wrote.

In a video posted online, Mohamed is seen struggling with unidentified supporters at the Tononoka grounds before governor Joho announces the winding up of the rally.

This is not the first time  Saido and Mohamed have clashed.

Meanwhile, Saido has refuted claims that he is behind the chaos witnessed during the ODM rally on Sunday.

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