List Of Mombasa Political Bigwigs Who Could Be Eyeing To Replace Governor Joho As 2022.
Saturday, 1st May 2021, Nairobi Kenya.
The 2022 political race is always getting closer day by day and now it's about 17 month's to the 2022 general elections and the Mombasa County politics will be highly watched ad there are several political bigwigs who will be seeking to replace the outgoing governor Ali Hassan Joho.
The Politicians who could be eyeing to replace Governor Joho includes a flamboyant businessman Suleiman Shahbal who had already declared his interest for the seat.
The Mvita MP Abdulswamad Nassir is another powerful force eying the seat and he could be going for it form 2022.
The former Mombasa Senator Hassan Omar who is allied to the UDA party will also be going for the seat come 2022 and he lost to Joho in 2017.
The Kisauni Member of Parliament Ali Mbogo had also hinted at a possible Candidature and he could be going for the top county seat.
The Mombasa County Deputy Governor William Kingi had also declared his interest for the seat and he hopes to succeed his Boss Ali Joho.
The former Nyali Member of Parliament Hezron Awiti could also make a comeback after he unsuccessfully vier for the seat in 2017.
There could be more Candidate's who will come up with time.
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