Nyali lawmaker Mohammed Ali is all set for the release of his first ‘Jicho Pevu’ investigative piece since he was elected MP.

The first-time member of parliament has already released the first trailer of the highly anticipated exposé titled ‘Dunia Gunia.’

This comes after Civil and human rights’ activist Boniface Mwangi revealed details of a 5-hour meeting he had with the Nyali MP. Boniface Mwangi has in recent times been calling out the former KTN journalist over his calls on revolution.

In a post published on Facebook, Boniface Mwangi said Moha told him that the expose is complete- it reportedly delves into bribery in Parliament and how parliamentary journalists must be bribed to write certain stories.

According to Moha, almost every single MP is corrupt and he finds himself totally isolated.

“Lessons learned in his first year in parliament? In a nutshell, Mohamed Ali depressed me. We don’t have a Parliament, but an auction house. Moha wants to talk. He has done his first Jicho Pevu exposé since he was elected; it’s called Dunia Gunia. He told me about the stories of bribery in Parliament and how parliamentary journalists must be bribed to write certain stories. Almost every single MP is corrupt and he said he finds himself totally isolated.” Moha told Boniface Mwangi.

Moha added that Kenyans deserve to know the truth, but he can’t fight alone. He told Boniface he has seven lawsuits pending in court, as a result of mentioning the names of companies involved in NYS 2.

He says he can’t find even five MPs to work with, inside Parliament, to expose the rot. The few non-corrupt MPs, Moha told Boniface, mind their own business, stay away from national politics and focus on their constituencies. They won’t work with him.

Moha said this documentary will be the beginning of many more to come.

Watch the trailer below.