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Hassan Joho: Being in Opposition is not a death sentence

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Former Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho says the move by President William Ruto to return port operations from Naivasha to Mombasa was a good one but is eagerly waiting to see it fully resume its work.

Speaking on Thursday in Mombasa during the incoming Governor Abdulswamad Sharif Nasir’s swearing-in, Joho, also the ODM Party Deputy Leader also said it was not a death sentence to be in the opposition, and that he was ready to keep the Kenya Kwanza administration in check whenever they go astray.

”Being in Opposition is not a death sentence. Mimi niko Kenya. Sihami. Niko hapa na tutapiga siasa bado. Tutawakosoa (Kenya Kwanza) wakifanya vibaya. Tumeambiwa bandari imerudi lakini lazima tuione ikifanya kazi,” Joho said.

Other Azimio-One Kenya coalition leaders present at the ceremony were Martha Karua, Kalonzo Musyoka, and a host of ODM MPs from the county.

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