Governor Ali Hassan Joho held a huge political rally in Mombasa county trying to popularize Azimio movement and selling Raila Odinga's 2022 presidential bid. Joho pulled a huge crowd of residents who came out in large number to listen to him.
In a video posted by a writer in his Facebook Page account, Joho addressing the residents he reportedly delivered a warning message to Mombasa residents. He warned Mombasa against voting leaders who are moving around the country. Blackmailing and brainwashing innocent Kenyans with unrealistic models.
Saying that Mombasa shouldn't follow leaders who just want to divided coast region for their own self interests. Giving false promises by tarnishing Raila's name and reputation. Joho maintains that Raila Odinga is the only leader who's fit to be the fifth president of the republic of Kenya.
On the other hand, Ali Hasan Joho claims that he's ready to serve Kenyans as the minister of Land's after Raila forms the next government. And he will solve all the problems that have been affecting Kenyans especially in the lands sectors.
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