Some of NASA aspirants Jubilee moles, says Joho

Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho

Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho has claimed some NASA aspirants might be secretly working for Jubilee.

“They are close to us but we know who their masters are and we shall defeat them,” Joho said.

Joho, who was accompanied by Jomvu MP Badi Twalib , Mombasa’s NASA Woman Representative candidate Asha Hussein Mohamed and Embakasi East ODM candidate Babu Owino, appealed to voters to reject Jubilee  come August 8.

“You all know what kind of mess our economy is in courtesy of the Jubilee government. Let’s kick them out and ensure that Raila Odinga becomes Kenya’s 5th President,” Joho said.

Joho also said he had told Raila and NASA running mate Kalonzo Musyoka to concentrate on other parts of the country as they ask Kenyans for votes and leave Mombasa to him and his supporters.

“I asked our party leader and presidential candidate to leave Mombasa to me. We have a solid support base and are banking on 99 per cent of the votes,” he said.

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Joho said the Jubilee administration had deliberately ensured the allocation of little funds to his county despite its enormous population.

“They want us to be seen not able to deliver. Our allocation is less than what Kwale and Kilifi get from the Exchequer,” Joho alleged.

During a tour of Jomvu Constituency, Joho and his team addressed party supporters at Changamwe, Bangladesh, Mikindani, Allidina, Jomvu and Miritini.

Twalib urged the electorate to vote him back so that he can complete the projects he initiated.

“I am here as your humble servant asking for your votes. If for any reason in the course of serving I annoyed you, please forgive me and let us move on,’’ he said.

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