Mombasa county governor Honerable Ali Hassan Joho previously had Announced his presidential bid Ahead of 2022 general election. He had claimed that it was his time to take over from president Kenyatta when his term elapses. Through various social media account, the Mombasa county governor who is serving his second term in office asked people not to dismiss him since he is a performer and he has proved that through transforming Mombasa county with various development projects.
Well, yesterday, Orange democratic party leader Hounerable Raila Odinga was at the coast. He was received by Joho and other leaders allied to ODM Party. During his 'Azimio La Umoja drive. Coastal region leaders agreed to back him in 2022 presidential election but Issued new tough conditions this time round.
According to the standard newspaper, Mombasa county governor asked Raila Odinga for partnership this time round and not support as Before. To add on that, the coastal region leaders demanded for an interior Cabinet secretary seat and tourism seat in his government come 2022. They confirmed to Baba that, they're still behind him and that they will stand by him all that time. In order for him to fight for their Rights that he promised them in previous Campaigns.
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