You Are Not Right; Raila Told

Suleiman Shahbal left and Omar Shalo centre Suleiman Shahbal left and Omar Shalo centre

By The Coast Newspaper Reporter

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The allegations that the military is lined up to rig the forth coming general elections is still drawing sharp reactions amongst Kenyans.

Upcoming Mombasa politician Omar Mahamoud Shallo has strongly accused the NASA’s presidential candidate Raila Odinga for misleading Kenyans on the military allegations.

Shallo who is eyeing the Mvita parliamentary seat on a Jubilee ticket, says it’s very unfair for a man of such a stature to mislead innocent Kenyans that the military has been paraded to rig the elections.

Shallo added that Jubilee has a sound manifesto and it does not need a hand from the military to retain the leadership.

“NASA wants to convince Kenyans that Jubilee has bad plans for its people but it is not true because the government has a track record of economic development” Shallo said.

Shallo appealed to Kenyans to give the ruling party a second term to accomplish its development agenda.

Raila recently claimed that the military is lined up to cause havoc so as to necessitate rigging, allegations that have so far been denounced by various quarters across the nation including the cabinet secretary for defense Rachael Omamo.

Meanwhile the Jubilee Mombasa gubernatorial candidate Suleiman Shahbal has also appealed to the locals to give him a chance to serve them.

“You have enough evidence on the way the county has been brought down by the incumbent governor due to skewed leadership and it’s for this reason that I seek to unseat him through your kind assistance by voting for me” Shahbal said.

Shahbal made the remarks at Makadara grounds in Mombasa where he flagged off his campaign caravan.


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