I know where you live, powerful Jubilee Governor warns Joho

Enough of you already!

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Kiambu Governor William Kabogo. PHOTO: RADIO JAMBO

Kiambu county Governor William Kabogo has relayed a stern warning to his Mombasa colleague Hassan Joho.

While speaking on Tuesday, March 14, during a rally in Gatundu, the Kiambu county boss told Joho to steer clear of President Uhuru Kenyatta.

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Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho. PHOTO: NAIBUZZ

According to Kabogo, the fire-spitting Joho should learn to respect the presidency adding that he knew where he (Joho) lives.

”Governor Ali Joho leave President Uhuru Kenyatta alone, I know where you live. And I am sending this stern message to you, leave his excellency the President alone. Leave Uhuru Kenyatta alone, respect the President,” he emphasised.

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A report by eDaily suggests that Kabogo, a close ally of the President, said Uhuru was the king, that he has been anointed by God.

”This is our country and nobody can take it from us, Uhuru is our king and he has been anointed by God,” the oft controversial Governor said.

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Adding: “You, Gatundu residents what do you think about that matter? Lift your hands to show whether you accept him as your king.”

This past Monday, Uhuru was in Mombasa where he unleashed fire bombs on Joho saying quit sensationally that he was not Joho’s wife for him to be following him around, and promised to straighten and deal with him accordingly.

That’s after the Governor was barred by heavily armed police officers from attending the president’s function in Mtongwe where he was launching a ferry.

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Joho on the other hand sent a demand note to the National Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich demanding a clarification of how much money had been given to Mombasa County from the national coffers.

He was protesting claims by Uhuru that Mombasa county government had received KSh 40B from the national treasury but had nothing to show for it.