Ali Hassan Joho, a member of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) and the Governor of Mombasa, has declared that Raila Odinga has a better chance than ever of winning the highly anticipated 2022 general elections, and that they will remain by him till he clings to the top seat.
While speaking to residents of Mombasa, Joho revealed that they have been supporting Raila's presidency for the past 15 years with no success, implying that this time they have discovered a loophole that will allow Raila to become Kenya's next President.
Joho, who stepped down and abandoned his presidential ambitions on the ODM ticket, stated that Raila's election to the State House in 2022 will clear the way for Kenya's young leaders who also want to be President in the future.
While campaigning for Raila on Saturday, October 23, 2021, Joho expressed confidence that Raila will beat his Presidential competitor, Deputy President William Ruto, in the 2022 polls, noting that Raila is now in the lead.
"We've been supporting Raila for the past 15 years, but things seem different this time, The possibility of him winning the seat is so great." Joho said.
He insisted that Raila is the only leader who can ensure that the people of the Coastal area have a seat at the table in the 2022 government, accusing DP Ruto of being tribal and ungrateful.
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