– Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho hinted William Ruto’s allies wouldn’t get an opportunity to air their views at the Mombasa BBI report rally
– His remarks came after Suna East MP Junet Mohamed welcomed the faction to the Mombasa rally but with one condition
– they ought to toe the road and avoid chaos – Tanga Tanga legislators vowed to participate and take hold altogether BBI’s forums countrywide
A political showdown looms in Mombasa after the county Governor Hassan Joho warned Tanga Tanga leaders they might not be allowed to interfere with the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report sensitization rally at the Coast.
Tanga Tanga legislators had vowed to participate and take hold altogether BBI’s forums countrywide starting with the coastal city on Saturday, January 25.
“Let them be made aware that you can speak or joke anywhere else in this country but not county 001 – Mombasa,” the ODM deputy party leader warned.
In a video posted on Facebook on Thursday, January 23, the ODM governor hinted William Ruto’s allies wouldn’t get an opportunity to air their views within the rally.
“It is my hope that they are coming to Mombasa ready to focus on what’s important and not for sideshows. Because should they attempt sideshows, they’ll have themselves to blame. BBI is about national inclusivity. Glad to welcome them to Mombasa,” he tweeted.
if you are the MC Hatukunji ng'ooo!
— The most Kenyan Kenyan (@NeverForget_K) January 21, 2020
Joho’s remarks came after Suna East MP Junet Mohamed welcomed the faction to the Mombasa rally but with one condition – they ought to toe the road and avoid chaos.
“I would like to welcome all leaders to the BBI meeting in Mombasa this Saturday. We shall be focusing on the unity and development of this country and not sideshows about 2022 and discussing individuals,” he said.