Mombasa County Governor Hassan Ali Joho has alleged that the Jubilee administration is hatching a plan to deport him “after the government would have created false claims regarding his nationality”.
Joho made the remarks at Mbaraki Sports Club on Wednesday, when he met persons living with disability in Mombasa County.
Joho’s remarks were sparked by reports that officers from the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission grilled Tom Mboya Primary School head teacher Wednesday morning in a bid to establish whether Joho sat his Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) in the school in 1989.
“The Jubilee administration’s plans to portray me as a foreigner won’t bear any fruit,” said Joho, without hinting at his alleged foreign nationality.
“I have already warned my nursery school head teacher to prepare for the EACC’s impromptu visit at her school. Despite all the harassment by government, I can never be shaken. The EACC is on my neck – looking for my education certificates. That is useless work they are doing,” added Joho.
Joho further alleged that the Jubilee administration has assigned state’s security apparatus the duty of “investigating his life and his background; including all learning institutions he attended.”
Joho further claims the Jubilee administration masterminded the recent Migori chaos with an aim of eliminating him.