Moha Jicho Pevu who is a diehard supporter of Deputy President William Ruto excited a large crowd at the Changamwe area as he chanted "Harambee". The charged Changamwe crowd answered back loudly "UDA".
It was evident from the cheering that the Changamwe people loved the UDA party and DP Ruto. Ruto may get a very sizable chunk of votes from the coast region given the trajectory of his coast mobilisation.
Ruto was accompanied by his strong coastal brigade including Moha Jicho Pevu who was once a respected investigative journalist. Moha was speaking while standing on top of DP Ruto's Lexus car.
Ruto and his team were holding a rally under a highway bridge amidst a large crowd who donned UDA colours and waving the Kenyan flag.
He also took a jibe at Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho for leading the coast people to the wrong political team. Some have speculated that Moha had been eying the Mombasa top seat on a UDA ticket in 2022.
He promised the Changamwe crowd that under UDA the coast people would prosper.
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