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#HassanJoho : Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho names his cabinet after poor sewage and traffic congestion criticism. - Mombasa County.

Governor Hassan Joho in Mombasa county Assembly. PHOTO | MCM
Governor Hassan Joho in Mombasa county Assembly. PHOTO | MCM

The Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho has named six executives that will manage Mombasa county in different areas.  The governor has named the cabinet that will man the county resources.

The county executives will be responsible for elevating the county infrastructure and making the Port City be a destination for investors.

Transport, Infrastructure and Public Works executive Taufiq Mohamed Balala has been retained in the same post while Mrs. Hazel Koitaba has been moved from the Finance docket to Health, replacing Ms. Binti Omar.

Ms. Fatma Awale also retained her Water, Sanitation and Natural Resources docket.



Former chief of staff Kevin Munywoki Kyalo is the new Youth, Gender, Sports and Cultural head while Dr. Godfrey Nyongesa Nato will run the Environment, Waste Management, and Energy docket.




Governor Hassan Joho in Mombasa county Assembly. PHOTO | MCM

Mr. Edward Dzilla Nyale takes over the Lands, Planning and Housing docket, replacing Mr. Anthony Njaramba.

Mr. Nato replaces Mr. Tendai Mtana, who is said to have proceeded for further studies

“According to the powers conferred to me by the County Government Act 2012 Sec.35, I hereby forward the names of the nominated Executive Members for vetting and approval before appointment to the position of County Executive Committee Member,” Governor Ali Joho said.

Mr. Joab Odhiambo Tumbo is the new Mombasa chief of staff.



According to the county director of communication Richard Chacha, Governor Hassan Joho is to fill the remaining for positions later.
The governor, however, vowed to turn things around during his second term by cleaning the city, attracting investments and creating jobs.

The vacant positions are education, finance, tourism, and agriculture.


The governor has urged the Mombasa residence that he will be able to build the city into a lucrative, spicy, clean hub and investors destination. The main aim will be creating jobs for the jobless men and women in Mombasa.


People in Mombasa have been attacking him due to the blockage of the sewage systems and lack of proper planning to decongest traffic and ensure effective flow of waste out of the town. 

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