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Mishi Mboko blasts at Hassan Omar, he was “Bought” into Jubilee

By Isaac Kiti      

  

Hon. Mishi Mboko MP for Likoni rebuked former Mombasa Senator and deputy Wiper party leader Hassan Omar for being paid off to join Jubilee Party. Hassan Omar joined with Jubilee on Sunday citing he wanted to change Mombasa.

The same Omar prior to his defection to Jubilee when he was a Wiper politician, termed Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy Ruto as incompetent in leading the country. Mishi Mboko roasted Omar in the public in the company of her Deputy Governor William Kingi, Mvita MP Abdulswamad Nasri and Changamwe MP Omar Mwinyi saying his defection was a personal desire propelled by the quest for money and that his step is an uncalculated and premature won’t make him Mombasa Kingpin. He is the likes of Mwasudi Mwahima, a former Likoni MP whom Mishi defeated in August polls she said on Monday.

Mish Mboko went on to say Mr. Omar after losing his seat he was afraid of battling with real men in the political arena. “Omar fits for a women league. He has failed to talk about issues and chose engage with women leaders like Mboko and Aisha Jumwa- Malindi MP. Come we will teach you how to speak.

Mishi’s spat with former Wiper deputy leader came after on Sunday Omar said Coast was fond of electing illiterates like Mboko and Jumwa and it was time the tendency stops. He mentioned it as the cause to why NASA failed to give some of them House leadership and compared the two women leaders with elected leaders from Rift Valley some of whom are professors and former heads of academia in universities like Egerton and Moi.

However, Mboko maintained that Omar’s abuse won’t reduce them into anything and that they are still Raila’s marshals and no amount of intimidation will obstruct them from ousting IEBC CEO Ezra Chiloba from office.

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