Aisha Jumwa Lectures Joho And Kingi Over ODM Party
By @kenyaNewsUpdates | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 0 views
Malindi Member of Parliament Aisha Jumwa while addressing the voters in Kwale region has reacted on the move of Amason kingi and Orange Democratic movement deputy party leader Ali Hassan Joho to consolidate the coastal region for his bid to vie for presidency come 2022.
Recently Ali Hassan Joho the Mombasa governor and Amason Kingi the kilifi county governor have continuously threatened to ditch the Orange Democratic movement . The governors have the plan to form a coastal region party which will allow them have higher stake in bargaining on national politics.
Aisaha Jumwa has dared the the ODM deputy party leader Hassan Joho to ditch the party and stand alone if he is man enough. The mp also said that if Joho is man enough he should stop clinging on the ODM party leader Raila Odinga.
Aisha Jumwa together with the deputy president are drumming up the Hustler politics and campaigning for the deputy president William Ruto's 2022 presidential election.
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