IEBC gives Joho 8-hour Ultimatum 

Mombasa Governor  Hassan Joho is in trouble with IEBC after....

This is after joho' opponents who include Senator Hassan Omar, Nyali MP Awiti Bolo and Jubilee's Suleiman Shabahal complained of being denied space to erect their campaign billboards.

IEBC Returning Officer Nancy Kariuki warned Joho failure to that, he would be held liable for breaching the body's code of conduct."In compliance with the Electoral Code of Conduct, all candidates who have applied and have the capacity and willingness to pay for advertising space, should under your executive leadership of Mombasa county government, have their requests granted by 9am 7th July 2017,” part of a letter directed to Joho by Kariuki read. However, the Governor through his lawyer, Dennis Mosota, has denied any wrongdoing, stating that the issue of space was leased to two firms.

Read Also: JOHO MAKES SHOCKING REVELATIONS ABOUT NASA CANDIDATES "The governor has absolutely nothing to do with this as it is leased to private companies with directors of which the governor is not among them. "If IEBC feels the firms are breaching a code of conduct they should take appropriate action," Mosota affirmed.

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