Details Of Secret Meeting Between Joho, Mvurya And Kingi Ahead Of 2022.
By @chibupress | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 6 views
As 2022 general election draws near, politicians have started to regroup themselves forming alliances that will help them capture power.Three of the coastal governors, who are serving their final terms are locked in a series of meetings which insiders say are meant to plot for their political future post 2022 polls.
Earlier on, the three governors met president at the state house to discuss the coast unity. The Mombasa governor has been pushing ODM to back him in next year poll. His Kilifi counterpart Amason Kingi wants the region to have a regional party to advocate their interests.
According to today's People's Daily, it is reported that the leaders once again met on Tuesday evening at govenor Mvurya place in Kwale. The leaders agreed that from then henceforth, they will continue working together .The exact information on what conspired has not been revealed to the people Daily but they agreed to represent the aspiration of coastal people in the next government.
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