2022 general elections nears the corner with several political leaders showing interest to on the same. Former Prime Minister and a member of Orange Democratic Movement party Raila Amollo Odinga and Kenyan vice president Dr William Ruto are the two known candidates in the upcoming presidential seat.
However other leaders are also showing interest to be among the candidates to vie for the post including the wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka and others.
Apart from the known ones, another candidate has also announced his bid to vie for the next presidential seat. According to the Nation, the Mombasa governor Mr Hassan Ali Jojo has said that he will be in the ballot paper for the presidency post in 2022.
"Even if the party leader Raila Odinga has not declared he will run for the top seat, I will be in the ballot and leave regional politics to Mr Nassir and others. I have delivered and whoever visits Coast General Hospital can see that it has improved since I was elected governor in 2013," said Joho.
Therefore Joho adds up to the list of those who has so far shown interest in the upcoming presidential election. What are your thoughts on this? Should he try his shot.
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