Ruto backers are traitors, say Joho allies - 7 months ago, 10 July 08:59

By: Kazungu Samuel

Two MPs allied to Mombasa governor Hassan Joho have hit back at their colleagues who are fronting Deputy President William Ruto for the region’s support, accusing them of undermining unity and development.

Mr Teddy Mwambire (Ganze) and Omar Mwinyi (Changamwe), who spoke on the telephone separately, described their colleagues as traitors and publicity seekers.

“They are behaving like traitors and we have learnt to ignore their actions. We have looked at how they behave while with the DP at the Coast and there is nothing to show that they have the people's interests at heart,” said Mr Mwambire.

Mr Mwinyi said the MPs should be fighting to have more Coast people hired at the Kenya Ports Authority and the Kenya Maritime Authority.

“Visits by the DP are usually arranged by the MPs allied to him so that they can seek political mileage. What we are currently seeing is not ...
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