Mombasa County Governor Hon Ali Hassan Joho and his counterpart in Kilifi Hon Amason Kingi have continued to signal that their hearts don't belong to the Orange Democratic Movement Party Anymore as 2022 general elections approach.
According to the report by the standard, the two leaders will next week on Thursday meet with other various political parties in the coast, one for them being the KADU Asili party which is directly linked to Deputy President William Ruto.
“The plan for unification of Coast is on. Kingi will on Tuesday meet officials of USP, Shirikisho Party of Kenya, Republican Congress Party and Kadu Asili to discuss the proposed merger,” Matano Chengo, Joho's Ally Reports.
At the same time, Ex CS Morris Dzoro has said the Mombasa and Kilifi governors were likely to join hands with other proponents of the Coast party or coalition of parties for the sake of the unity of the region.
“I strongly feel Joho is with Kingi. I think he is looking for an excuse to exit ODM. Coast residents will follow Joho until he rejects them and they are for the coalition of parties,” he said.
In recent days, Raila Odinga has expressed his fears that Coastal region political leaders will be Giving Deputy President William Ruto a good chance of gaining popularity from the region. He has warned Coastal region leaders againys forming new political Party which isn't allied to the ODM Party.
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