Allegations of companies owned by close relatives and friends of Nyali MP Mohammed Ali receiving tenders worth millions of shillings from the area Constituency Development Fund (CDF) have emerged hours to today’s polls.
Documents seen by this writer, shows that Kanichman Enterprises and Gamage Company Limited received tenders for the construction of 6 classrooms and associated works for the proposed Kadzandani Kwa Bulo Primary School unprocedurally.
Another tender that is said to have been awarded unlawfully is that of the extension of a tuition block at Kwa Bulo primary school awarded to Pampec Company on 22/2/2022.
The other company that received the tenders is Yachmax Supplies Company which received the tender for upgrading of the playground at Kongowea Primary school at a cost of Kshs 6,885,890.
The politician last week came under siege after some members of his constituency demanded he make public the list of companies that have been winning tenders since he took the constituency leadership.
Efforts to get a comment from the legislator were unsuccessful by the time of publishing.
In June, this year, the Nyali MP claimed that his life was in danger hours after his offices based at the constituency were raided by unknown people.
The legislator indicated that his tribulations were occasioned by his threat to release a corruption dossier on the Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) during a Kenya Kwanza Rally.
“My offices were raided and those who raided it had a specific intention. They went from one office to the other looking for the dossier document I had against KPA,” Ali said.
The Nyali MP stated that the raid was stage managed as an incident of robbery as several electronics including television sets were stolen.
Further, he alluded that the raid incident could have been masterminded by his political rival for Nyali constituency seat Abu Joho as a means of intimidating him ahead of todays polls.
“Police fired one gun shot at night and we want them to start investigations at once. My office and that of deputy county commissioner are close. It seems that there is a plot to bring trouble to the politics in Mombasa,” he stated.
Ali stated that investigations have commenced with the police reviewing CCTV footage and already they have dusted for fingerprints.
“No one has been arrested so far. The police officers just came and looked at the CCTV footage,” he said.