Khamisi under siege as race for Bahari hots up

The Bahari parliamentary seat in Kilifi district is becoming a hotbed of Coast politics as evidenced by the turnover of aspirants scheming hard to topple Joe Khamisi in this year’s general elections.

It is instructive to note, no past MP for Bahari has ever managed a second successive term and this time round, the pattern is unlikely to change if the mood of the voters on the ground is anything to go by.

Several candidates have already made up their minds to face-off with Khamisi. They include a former area MP Dr Mtana Lewa, land activist Mrima Wanyepe, Narc-K constituency chairperson Margaret Safari, nominated councilor Chiriku Wanje, Shirikisho party of Kenya activist Mohamed Omar Masumbuko and hotelier Madaraka Mzerera.

Others are clearing and forwarding agent Vincent Mwachiro, former NTV sports anchor-man Mustafa Idi, MYWO Coast region chairperson Sureiya Hirsi, land activist Ramos Mwachiru, businessman Hamid Mbarak, Raphael Mwanagala, Michael Tinga, Victor Nyale, Benedict Gunda, Amos Chibuba, Eng, Mwatebwe Saa, John Safari Mumba and Chilumo Katai.

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