[VIDEO] Governor Hassan Ali Joho declares bid to run for President on an ODM ticket, 2022


ODM top leadership in Kenya
ODM leadership. FILE

Fighting for Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) presidential ticket begins as it turns to a three-horse race between party chief Raila Odinga and his two deputies.

ODM co-deputy party leaders; Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho and Kakamega’s Wycliffe Oparanya reveal plans saying they are going for the top seat.

Even though the party leader has not officially announced his case in the 2022 presidential race and the ODM ticket, he has begun campaigns to solidify his support ahead of his potential fifth and final stab at the presidency.

On Wednesday, he had several rallies in Roysambu and Githurai and later had a meeting with religious leaders at Ufungamano House in Nairobi.

Governor Hassan Joho and Governor Wycliffe Oparanya declared to apply for the party’s ticket and battle it out with their boss.

“ODM is a democratic party. I will apply for the position and seek the party’s ticket,” Mombasa Governor Hassan Ali Joho said.

The Mombasa Governor added that they have discussed with CoG Oparanya that the nomination winner will be the flagbearer and the second place be the running mate.

He asked his friend Kilifi Governor Amason Kingi to go for a parliamentary seat to secure Prime Minister, Deputy prime minister or a cabinet post when BBI passes.

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