The Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho who is also the deputy chairman of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM), could move out of the party to form a new political party with fellow coastal leaders. Back in March 2021, Governor Joho had met with President Uhuru Kenyatta at State house. Joho revealed that this meeting was put in place to work on this project. The meeting was also comprised of Kwale Governor Salim Mvurya and Kilifi Governor Amason Kingi.
However, this plan has not taken a great course so far and Governor Joho had the following to say to a K24 Television reporter, "Covid-19 restrictions have slowed us down but I can guarantee you we had meetings planned to popularize the idea in all of the coastal region".
In my opinion, if Governor Ali Hassan Joho quits ODM party to form another party, he still thrive because his politics is so great. What opinion do you have about this? Please share your views in the comment section below then follow for more updates. Thank you.
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