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Joho is the man to change Kenya

Arangi P. Arangi
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Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho at a past function [ Source/Ali Hassan Joho Facebook]

Mombasa County boss Ali Hassan Joho is among the potential presidents of this nation. The governor has hinted at contesting for the nation’s top seat in 2022. 

Joho’s dream of ascending to power is valid. The second term governor has maintained that he has want it takes to change this nation if he is given the chance to be the president. 

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First and foremost, Joho has been very vocal on matters of land grabbing. Land grabbing remains one the of the greatest threats to economic empowerment. Many Kenyans keep lamenting about powerful government officials grabbing large parcels of land across the nation. Electing Joho into government will mark the end of land grabbing.

Secondly, Joho is a reformist.  The governor believes that change is inevitable. He was among those who pushed for the disbandment of the IEBC. He will not sit down and watch institutions that do not support the people continue to operate. 

Thirdly, Joho’s performance scoreboard is impressive. He has initiated development in different sectors of the economy including education, infrastructure and security. Despite the endless challenges he faces, Joho is destined for great things.

Fourth, Joho enjoys cordial ties with different leaders. Today, Joho and President Uhuru Kenyatta share good relationship after years of enmity. It takes friendship to lead a nation and Joho is the man to change Kenya.

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