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By Paul Barasa | March 5th 2017
With few hours after Ali Hassan Joho jetted into the country, there has been a lot of discussions and expectations. Many Kenyans have been eager to hear what Joho is going to say.

Joho, today received a heroic welcome from his supporters who barricade the roads leading to Mombasa airport.

Apparently, there is a young Kikuyu girl who has stunned Kenyans after declaring that she is in love with the Mombasa Governor.

 Ann Wanjiru Ng’ang’a said that she is among the few Kenyans who have rose above tribalism. She further said that Kenyan should not be divided along tribal lines neither should they be forced to vote on tribal lines.

She further revealed that by so doing we will build a united Kenya.To her, she said that she is an ardent supporter of Raila Odinga despite her coming from the Central region of Kenya.

According to her, she is looking for an opportune time to meet Joho who has swept her off the ground.

Wanjiru said that it doesn't matter whether Joho has other lovers,to her what matters is that she has strong feelings towards him.

“I am in love with Hassan Joho anyone who can link me, please??Ata kuwa just 16th girlfriend I am ready,” wrote Wanjiru on twitter.

Meanwhile the Jubilee Government is trying to figure out whom they will use to shut up Joho in Mombasa.
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