What Governor Ali Hassan Joho Said that has left Raila in Panic As he eyes 2022 Presidency.
By davidonaMauro | self meida writer
Published 27 days ago - 6011 views
The current Mombasa governor Ali Hassan Joho who doubles up as the ODM Deputy party leader has in the recent days hinted his plans to vie for 2022 Presidency in ODM ticket.
Speaking when he met Nairobi women rep Esther Passaris, Joho has passed a very stunning warning to those disgrading him that he will seriously shock them in the 2022 general election in the presidential race but in ODM ticket.
Passaris urged him to put open his interest as the time will not wait for him. Joho claimed that he has supported his party leader for along time and now the leader should consider supporting him to realize his dream of being the president of Kenya.
Joho started his political career jokingly when he vied for Mp Kisauni constituency and since then his political standout has been tremendous owing to the fact that Coast is ODM zone.
Will ODM give him a chance to spearhead the party in the coming general election or Odinga is still strong to take up the challenge.
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