Nyali Member of Parliament Mohamed Ali, alias "Moha Jicho Pevu" says that President Kenyatta has helped him clear the mess created by Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho's administration.
The first time MP said the President agreed to help him clean the largest market in Mombasa, Kongowea, which nearly chocked out of mountains of garbage due to Joho's government negligence.
"In the spirit of putting my people first, this year I shared a podium with President Uhuru Kenyatta and asked him to help us in cleaning Kongowea market after the traders approached me saying that county government had failed in their constitutional mandate."
In a long Facebook post, the former investigative journalist appeared to take a dig at those who criticized him for sharing a table with the President, stating that his constituents has benefitted from his action.
"Our opponents, enemies of development twisted the whole story and came up with propaganda which at the end of the day wouldn't solve the problem or put food on the table of any Nyalian. Since our conscience and intentions were clear, we kept our heads high focused on the prize, we didn't answer back."
"Today, am glad to answer them with results. Despite garbage collection not being my constitutional mandate, I am glad we did it for my people. Nothing brings me satisfaction than my people being happy. The fact that the traders are happy with the new state of the market gives me full satisfaction as a leader," he added.
"Leadership is not about throwing tantrums but offering solutions. We have awakened. We will not sleep anymore.Today, from now on, there is a new Nyali. We face neither east nor west; We face forward," wrote Ali.