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VIDEO: Jicho Pevu is back - Mohammed Ali releases trailer

By Kelley Boss | October 15th 2018

After meeting human rights' activist Boniface Mwangi, Nyali MP Mohammed Ali alias Jicho Pevu, has released a video trailer of Dunia Gunia, the new Jicho pevu expose.

Ali told Boniface Mwangi earlier that this documentary will be the beginning of many more to come. He told him that without public support, the corrupt will eat him alive.

The Nyali MP earlier sent an interesting response to Activist Boniface Mwangi, after he exposed details of their 5-hour meeting.

Mohammed Ali made it clear to Boniface that he was not desperate for his justification.

The Civil and human rights' activist had said that what Moha told him he desperately wants is allies to work with and expose the rot within Parliament and in the Government.

Moha says Kenyans deserve to know the truth, but he can’t fight alone. He told Boniface he has seven lawsuits pending in court, as a result of mentioning the names of companies involved in NYS 2.

Mwangi and Ali popularly have been longtime friends courtesy of their advocacy against societal ills like corruption and having worked as journalists at Standard Group.

The trailer shows people being dragged to the woods to be executed.

Here is the video trailer: 

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