Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho has been an instrumental part of the National Super Alliance (NASA) campaigns where he has been seen and heard supporting the party Leader Raila Odinga.
However, since the swearing-in of President Uhuru Kenyatta, the Orange Democratic Movement deputy leader has been in the shadows of the meetings held by the coalition.
Speaking to KDRTV Mr. Joho’s Communication Director Richard Chacha, stated that despite his disappearance in the public gatherings, he is still a part of the coalition and has been involved in all the recent decisions made.
“The Governor has been held up with meetings that involve his reponsibilities towards Mombasa County development,” highlighted Mr Chacha.
He added that the Governor travelled out of the country last week for his other official duties.
“He has been involved in the negotiations of the swearing-in of NASA leader Raila Odinga and he supports his party,” added Chacha.
Joho has been silent in the meetings held by NASA coalition especially after the riots that emerged after police had confrontations with the NASA supporters while attempting to hold a memorial service on Jacaranda grounds.
The Governor’s loyalty towards the coalition is immense that his county was among those that were willing to hold the swearing-in of Odinga.
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However, the swearing-in was postponed on Sunday evening following a press held by the coalition at the Okoa Kenya offices.
NASA co-principal, Musalia Mudavadi, appreciated the Mombasa people for graciously accepting to host the event.
Mr Mudavadi stated that a way forward would be given to their followers on a later date.