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Governor Hassan Joho to meet POTUS Donald Trump in the whitehouse with a special invitation.


JOHO held a Round table Meeting with a multi-agency team convened by Nabeela Barbari, a Senior Advisor within the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties (CRCL). PHOTO | Courtesy


The president of United States Donald Trump has shocked the nation after he challenges the Kenyan people to elect the Mombasa Governor as their president in 2022. President Trump described Joho as a fighter and responsible for his people than any other president in Africa.

The president of United States invited Governor Joho to the white house to discuss issues affecting Kenya and as a governor of Mombasa. POTUS Donald Trump claimed that Mombasa needs to have a powerful person who will let or sell its people to the inland counties.



Mombasa is the main entrance to East and central Africa. Leading a county that is the gateway to other landlocked countries and leaving the native poor is a shame to the Kenyan current government.


According to the Mombasa Governor spokesman Richard Chacha, Joho has plans and overwhelming invites in different departments and areas in Washington DC, United states.


The governor was accompanied by Education CEC Lewa Tendai Mtana and three other county officials to source funds and projects for the county in differents sectors. The trip is likely to end speculation that he is among those wanted in the US over links to drug trafficking.

The team is set to meet Kareem Shora who is a section chief, office of the secretary, US Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
He will also meet Russell T Porter - USAID senior coordinator for the secretariat for countering violent extremism.

"Yesterday i held a Round table Meeting with a multi-agency team convened by Nabeela Barbari, a Senior Advisor within the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties (CRCL). The meeting brought together Erin Wilson from the White House CVE task force, Marlene Sallo from the Department of Justice and Michael Duffin from the State Department; which supports the DHS's mission to secure the US while preserving individual liberties, fairness, and equality under the law. " Said Joho.


Lastly before meeting the POTUS in a special invitation in the whitehouse, he is also scheduled to meet Eric Whitaker, acting deputy assistant secretary, US State Department - the Africa Bureau.


The governor is expected to find more business opportunities in the United States that will benefit the people of Mombasa. He is also expected to meet Kenyan living in US at the Kenyan Embassy. Today, the Governor met some Kenyans and had lunch together in Washington DC.




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