Lawmaker ally of Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho has asked ODM chairman Lilla O Ding to support Joho as the party's presidential candidate in the next general election. Congresswoman Mvita Abdulswamad said Sunday that Sheriff Nasir needs new powers in the presidential elections.
This is Mr. Joho. Nasir said the coastal districts have supported Odinga in most of the midterm elections and it is time for ODM leaders to raise their flags in front of the party's vice chairman, governor, in 2022. “That's all.“ There is nothing wrong with supporting Governor Joho as head of the next parliamentary elections, as Park O Ding still does not know how he will run for president, ”he said. Yesterday, Nasir ignored calls from several MPs. -migori, who ordered Joho and the Governor of Kakamega, Wycliff Opanier, not to ask Odinga to take the seat.
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