MOMBASA COUNTY: AGARWAL AND NOOR: JUBILEE'S PARTY NYALI MP ASPIRANT ASHRAF BAYUSUF IS A "PROJECT" BY GOVERNOR JOHO AND WE DEMAND A FRESH NOMINATION.
By Teddy Abunde
| July 3rd 2017
In the Nyali parliamentary race, one of the most contested seats in the region, Ashraf Bayusuf, Sanjeev Agarwal and Yassin Noor were among the prominent names that featured in Jubilee’s list. At the end of the eve of the Jubilee's nominations, Ashraf Bayusuf was announced the winner. Words on the street have it that Jubilee's pointman in Mombasa county was not pleased with the results since he preferred Yassin Noor who was the second runner's up.
Sanjeel Agarwal and Yassin Noor have forwarded their grievances to the head of Jubilee party offices in Nyali. They have documented that Ashraf Bayusuf was a person picked in the "bush" and that he has never been a loyal supporter of Jubilee party. On Friday they stated that the winner was sent to spoil and protect Governor Joho's self interests. Fear is on the ground since Jubilee party is receiving a mass support. That is the reason why Governor Joho decided to plant his man. "My colleague and I will fight to the bitter end until justice is found." Yassim Noor said in his interview with one of the local radio stations.
Ashraf Bayusuf has also come out to end the wagging tongues saying that he is in Jubilee and he has no affiliations with NASA or Governor Joho. He went ahead, "Forget about my rivals. For obvious reasons in any competition there must be losers and after the lose, they will always walk up and down ranting my name and speculating about me." He further told his rivals that they should seek further explanations from the Jubilee secretary general Raphael Tuju and the head of Jubilee in Mombasa county, gubernatorial candidate Suleiman Shahbal since they know their mandated duties.
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