Former Mombasa governor Hassan Joho, a prominent figure in Kenyan politics, has broken his silence with a refreshing and inspiring message that has left his supporters intrigued and motivated.
After months of speculation about his plans and absence from the public eye, Hassan Joho’s heartfelt message on his Twitter page urges Kenyans to embrace a healthier and more fulfilling lifestyle by setting a positive tone for their week.
“Your Monday morning thoughts set the tone for your whole week. See yourself getting stronger, and living a fulfilling, happier and healthier life,” he wrote.
Your Monday morning thoughts set the tone for your whole week. See yourself getting stronger, and living a fulfilling, happier and healthier life.
— Germany Kent. pic.twitter.com/pQByjBMLwL
— Hassan Ali Joho, EGH. (@HassanAliJoho) August 21, 2023
Hassan Joho, who is known for his charismatic leadership and passion for societal progress, has taken a step back from public engagements and politics due to health concerns. His message, however, reveals his unwavering commitment to motivating people to focus on personal growth and well-being, emphasizing the importance of self-care and positive habits.
Many Kenyans had been left guessing about Joho’s intentions and future endeavors. Interestingly, his decision to prioritize his health and personal life has resonated with other political leaders who supported Raila Odinga in the August 9th elections. This newfound trend of stepping away from the political spotlight and embracing a more private existence seems to spread among politicians who recognize the futility of ongoing battles.
Joho’s message sparked a wave of reactions from netizens who have taken to social media to express their thoughts;
@MiritiKe: “Mkuu you retired to focus on your life. No drama,no heated debates tunashangaa 001 alienda wapi”
@nasirmagan: “Super 001. We missed you big time.
@Kapyoseiin, Sultan thank you for the motivation.”
@Kirui18667402: “Doo!!!! Jeshi la baba umelost sana? Anyway happy to see you. Good morning.”
It’s not just Joho who has taken this new path; other leaders, like Junet Mohammed, the Suna East member of Parliament, have also chosen to step away from the political arena.
Instead of engaging in seemingly endless political battles, these leaders focus on their personal lives and well-being, a decision striking a chord with many Kenyans.