Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho, has dismissed the Tangatanga political camp claims that their recent by-elections is an indication of 2022 general elections outcome. Joho has argued that in the history of Kenya, the by-elections have not been indicating the general elections polls outcomes.
According to the Star, Joho said that by-elections are not a forecast of 2022 general elections. Since it has been seen earlier before in the last general election polls, where the outcomes have been completely different from how the by-elections had been coming out.
He added that the recent by-elections have gone and others will come and go, but people should not think that it is indicating 2022 elections results. They have never been indicating the next general election outcome and it will be a similar case in the next polls.
"These by-elections have now gone. Others are on the way, none of them will be indicators of what lies ahead in our politics. Our experience in this country is that by-elections are never true indicators of what the next general election will look like." He stated.
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