Trouble for Mohammed Ali after being summoned by police
Nyali MP Mohammed Ali was summoned at the Directorate of Criminal Investigations after
The former KTN journalist was interrogated for 30 minutes by police who alleged that there might have been irregularities that influenced the outcome of Nyali parliamentary seat during the August 8 Election.
After the interrogation, Ali divulged that police were building a non-existent case to oust him.
"They will not succeed. There is no case. Someone is cooking evidence. Police are involved," he stated after recording the statement on Friday.
Ali, who vied as an independent candidate, claimed that police were working with a prominent businessman from the County to overturn his win.
The former journalist, who vied as an independent candidate, trounced Mr Said Abdalla of ODM (Governor Hassan Joho's cousin) after garnering 26,798 votes against 16,473 votes.
The move comes barely two weeks after the former KTN journalist claimed that Governor Joho's family was coercing women to challenge his August 8 victory.
“We will not be cowed. We will stand against them. The women have refused to be coerced to change their loyalty,” Ali said during a press briefing.
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