Mr Ali addressed the crowd assuring the residents that the Jubilee government would tackle the challenges faced by residents.
"You told me about the problems you were experiencing at Kongowea market and I have brought the president to solve them," he stated.
He added that he was ready to support the candidate who will better the lives of all Kenyans.
On his part, President Uhuru Kenyatta disclosed that the Government has launched investigations to establish claims that traders at the Kongowea market were not being served despite paying taxes.
“There is no need for the county government to continue taxing the traders and yet they do not provide the services they have paid for,” he promised
He stated that the national government would not hesitate to take action against those who failed to deliver.
“We cannot allow the people to suffer in the hands of some few individuals. Wananchi should only pay for services offered to them,” President Kenyatta stated.
Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko praised the former journalist assuring him that Jubilee would support him to fight the petition challenging his victory.
"We will work with Moha and he will work closely with President Kenyatta. they tried to steal the votes from him but he still won and we will back him up to fight the petition," Sonko assured.
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This comes a day after former Wiper Secretary-General Hassan Omar declared his support for President Uhuru Kenyatta.
National Super Alliance (NASA) leader Raila Odinga today stated that he was not worried after the defection of several leaders to President Uhuru Kenyatta's camp adding that "no one should lose sleep."
"No Kenyan should lose sleep because individuals have gone to State House and announced their defection. We shall never focus on a few leaders and election losers who are trying to make hay while the sun shines.
"The only exodus we know and recognize is the exodus from nepotism and tribalism. In a free and fair contest, Jubilee will lose again.
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