Mombasa governor Ali Hassan Joho has on Thursday spearheaded campaigns to woo support for Azimio la Umoja Presidential candidate Raila Odinga in the coast region.
Image courtesy (Joho and Shahbal in Coast campaign)
Joho was promised Land ministry in Raila's government after the August polls and he seems optimistic of his camp emerging victorious.
The leaders led by the ODM deputy party leader where overwhelmingly received by locals of Kilifi and Malindi.
This comes days after Joho was tasked to popularize Raila in the Coast region with a team of leaders comprising Granton Samboja, Suleiman Shahbal, Gideon Mungaro, Joyce Lay, Omar Boga and Abdulswamad Shariff.
Photo courtesy (Azimio rally )
Joho and Shahbal's rally that has attracted massive reception in Malindi and Kilifi has elicited mixed reactions on social media.
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