Nyali MP locked up in police cell as suspected goons bay for his blood

By , K24 Digital
On Tue, 9 Aug, 2022 15:24 | < 1 min read
Nyali MP Mohammed Ali at Kongowea Primary School in Mombasa County where he voted ealier today. PHOTO/Sophie Njoka

Nyali Member of Parliament (MP) Mohammed Ali is holed up at the Nyali Police Station after he was allegedly flushed out of Kongowea polling station by suspected goons.

Mohammed was rescued from the crowd that was baying for his blood by senior police officers who drove him to safety inside the police station.

Nyali Member of Parliament Mohammed Ali. PHOTO/File

Nyali Police Commander speaks

Nyali Police Commander Daniel Masaba confirmed the incident saying the legislator was whisked away to safety.

He, however, declined to shed more details on the matter saying Mohammed was yet to record his statement with the police.

According to sources, Mohammed was taken ill moments after he was rescued from the rowdy youths.

"He is unable to record a statement with the police since he is still unwell. Once he is able to record his statement, we will establish what transpired," a senior officer who rescued the legislator said.

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