It’s new twist in his war with Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho.
- Sang wrote to Interpol, DCI, EACC and cabinet secretaries for Interior and Defense - The county chief asked for details about the owners of the drug consignment disclosed to the public - He said the information could help him in a defamation case filed against him by Joho Nandi Governor Stephen Sang's battles with his Mombasa counterpart Hassan Joho is far from over if the latest development is anything to go by.
Early this month, Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho sued Sang, MPs Oscar Sudi, Kimani Ichung’wah and Didmus Barasa for allegedly spreading lies that he was a drug trafficker.
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They were responding to accusations that they are dormant, “100 per cent Joho’s rubber stamps” and that they have nothing to show the electorate.
- Moha Jicho Pevu trashed Joho's 2022 presidential ambitions, saying the governor could only rule over 'slay kings' - He further called accused Joho of consistently using intimidation tactics to silence his critics at the coast - Joho is one of the growing list of politicians who have exuded confidence at possibly suceeding president Uhuru Kenyatta in 2022 Nyali Member of parliament Mohammed Ali on Sunday, February 17 renewed his fierce rivalry with governor Hassan Joho after suggesting the Mombasa boss could barely make it to rule an entire country.
People Daily People Daily reports that a suit filed by Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho against Jubilee leaders linking to drugs trade has gained ammunition.
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Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho has told off critics linking him to narcotics trade.
- DCI wrote to Joho saying he was not being sought after by Interpol - Interpol had written to DCI asking them to probe the letter circulated on social media - The letter mentioned Joho alongside other people as most wanted for drug dealing - The fake document had caused a lot of political jitters with politicians accusing Joho of destroying many lives of youths The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) has now confirmed Interpol is not investigating Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho over allegations of drug dealing.