Aisha Jumwa deconstructs Joho and Kingi at Kwale in a meeting attended by the DP
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Published 28 days ago - 4638 views
The vocals member of parliament Aisha Jumwa has criticized the Mombasa governor Hassan Joho and his counterpart Kilifi governor Amason Kingi over their earlier statements that they are running for presidency in the upcoming general elections in 2022.
The Coast politics has been a centre of discussion in the recent days as the two governors Hassan Joho and Kingi threatened to form their own party and board all the region as they seek to produce the next president of the republic of Kenya. But they seemed to have disagreed and each has decided to go on their own for the top seat using the ODM ticket. This has made Aisha Jumwa to poke holes in their leadership telling them to be men enough and walk out from being controlled and guided by the ODM party leader and be aggressive in vote haunt like the deputy president William Ruto who is not waiting to be endorsed by anyone.
Aisha claimed that Joho has been following the ODM blindly when they move right he turn, left, he moves. She claimed that for him to be strong politically, he must stand like an independent man.
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