The much anticipated the 'Azimio La Umoja' event on Friday 10th December, 2021 preparations are seen to another level as the Governor of Mombasa Ali Hassan Joho reveals the number of buses that him and his team had planned to ferry people to that big event.
Speaking at Safari Park Hotel during the Raila Odinga's Mt. Kenya Foundation Endorsement Forum, Joho first thanked Hon. John Mbadi, the ODM Chairman for restricting the number of buses expected to flood the Kasarani ground's on Friday. According to Joho, he has been allowed to bring in 5,000 buses to the 'baba's' event, buses which are very few that he had planned to bring.
"... initially me and my team had planned many buses but the number that you have allocated to me 5,000 is kind of reduced from the target we had wanted earlier" Joho said.
Time; 41:24- 41:38
This is clear indication that many people will on Friday be ferried to Kasarani through hired vehicles in order to make the event colorful.
Leader's from all walks of life have been welcomed into that event where the ODM leader Raila Odinga shall officially announce his Presidential bid.
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