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Mvita Aspirant cautions opponents against tribal politics

[Mvita Parliamentary aspirant on PAA Political party Said Twaha. Photo/Ahmed Omar].

Mvita Parliamentary aspirant Said Twaha Mohammed is cautioning his opponents against engaging in tribal politics during their political campaigns.

Twaha says tribal politics are unhealthy and dangerous to the community coexistence and unity.

Addressing locals from the Luo community over the weekend, Twaha says he is ready to work with all people within Mvita constituency despite the fact that Mombasa remains a metropolitan city.

He noted that for the county to grow as an international economic hub, locals and politicians should clearly understand that they are living and working with people from different native background and tribal politics or inclination should note appears anywhere in their political campaigns.

He noted that the August, 9 general elections is about development, peace and coexistence.

According to Twaha, he will closely work with all tribes in a bid to ensure Mvita electorates benefit from his leadership.

“I am the only one with a clear strategy and development agenda geared towards uplifting the living standards of Mvita residents, do not look back, kindly work with me and you will never regret,” he told locals during the forum held at Lohana hall in Majengo, within Mvita constituency.


The Pamoja Africa Alliance (PAA) Mvita Parliamentary candidate reiterated the need of people to realign themselves with development-oriented focused leaders and distance themselves from indistinct politicians.

“By now you know who to vote for as your dedicated Legislature, you need to properly vet all the candidates coming to you to seek votes, be reminded that choices have consequences,” noted Mr Twaha.

He further promised to engage the locals in all development programs in the constituency and always source labour and manpower from Mvita residents while implementing various government or projects funded by the Constituency Development Fund-NG-CDF.


Twaha, a youthful Mvita Parliamentary aspirant says education, health, empowerment programs for the women and youth and sanitation programs are among his top priorities when he is voted as Mvita MP in the forthcoming general elections.

“Do not bother about political parties, let’s all focus on development-oriented leader who can effect transformative change in the community,” he added.

Twaha appealed to the Luo community and the entire Mvita Constituency electorates to back his bid as he seeks to succeed the current Mvita Legislature Abdulswamad Sharif Nassir who is eying the Mombasa governorship seat.