Governor Joho's house next to the beech where he met Raila Odinga.
Mombasa county Governor Ali Hassan Joho is known for living a good life which is normally evident from his lifestyle not only out of his expensive wear, luxurious vehicles but also his expensive homes.
After speculations, Raila Odinga's Orange Democratic Movement ODM party has confirmed that the house that their party leader has been having meetings while at coast belongs to Mombasa county Governor Ali Hassan Joho.
According to the opposition party, on Tuesday evening, the flamboyant governor hosted the former Prime Minister Raila Amollo Odinga and other high profile leaders among them Kitui county governor madam Charity Ngilu.
"PL @RailaOdinga had a fruitful meeting with Governor of Kitui @mamangilu in Mombasa last evening at the residence of the DPL @HassanAliJoho. The meeting centered on matters of National and Mutual interest. @A_S_Nassir (Mvita) & Director of Campaigns @JunetMohamed were present."https://t.co/onpAcOVlIH
Others present during the meeting is the Mvita Constituency Member of Parliament Honourable Abdulswamad Nassir who is a close ally of the ODM party leader Raila Amollo Odinga.
Samburu West Constituency Member of Parliament Honourable Naisula Lessuda and Suna East MP Junet Mohamed was also present during the meeting among other high profile leaders.
Sometimes before, governor Ali Hassan Joho posted a photo of one of his houses which left most of the netizens surprised at the magnificence of the house.
Below is the photo of the house.
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