On his Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) campaign tour, former prime minister Raila Odinga has been in the coastal region. Today, he was in Mombasa town with Mombasa governor Ali Hassan Joho, Suna Member of parliament Junet Mohammed and other politicians. His visit is after the coastal region voted for the pass of BBI bill.
In Mombasa today, masses of people gathered to cheer and listen to them on their BBI campain. Jojo talked of how he together with the former prime minister will sour greater heights. This is after he applied to be a presidential candidate under the ODM ticket which is Raila's party. Jojo stated that it is the party member's turn to support him as he vyes for the seat. Below are photos of the huge massesThey later had a meal still in Mombasa at famous swahili restaurant. It is alleged that in Raila may be the ODM presidential candidate with Joho as his running mate though Joho has been talking of how he must be in the presidential race come 2022. Most coastal politicians have agreed with on one of their own being in the presidential race. With politics things are so hard to tell, we will only know where Joho and Raila will stand when the elections is a bit near.
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