Kisii Deputy Governor Joash Maangi alias Emori is a political strategist. Sitting with him on a table, his elite sentiments tells it all.
The 2022 Kisii gubernatorial candidate, his science sailed the second term Kisii Governor James Ongwae through the 2017 heavy political waves.
His current analytics on the state of Kenyan Politics has left opponents searching the way forward deep in the dark forest, The Daily Clock has learnt.
Kisii Governor James Ongwae could not let Maangi go in 2017 when he slipped over to Jubilee because he controls 90% of Bomachoge votes if not 100%. Without him, it could have given Ongwae an uphill task.
Shortly after 2013 general election, Maangi through Obomo Bwomogusii initiative successfully sold Jubilee in Kisii an area which has been an ODM stronghold for decades.
From a keen perspective, this are early signs how he strongly controls not only Kisii as a county but Abagusii community as a whole.
Few months ago, Maangi the tanga tanga arrow hit headlines on a Popular National TV as a news maker from the region; the documentary proved he has capacity to finance his campaigns.
ONGWAE AND STAFF MUST ENDORSE HIM
In public offices, miscalculation can arise while allocating resources. To have a fair and peaceful retire, Ongwae has no choice but endorse him.
Ongwae as at now is supporting Kieleweke fully to safeguard his Job. This from a close ally does not mean they have patted ways with Maangi. It’s called wise politicking.
While campaigning in 2013, Ongwae made a vow to finish his 10 year term and hand over to Abamachoge through Maangi. A debt he has no choice but honor.
Kisii County staff that care about safeguarding and retaining their hardly fought Job vacancies at the County will have no choice but support him.
On 9th this month, Kitutu Chache South MP Richard Onyonka the only Omogetutu who has shown interest so far at a Public function hinted at fully stepping down to back Maangi.
Yote tisa, Kumi says as at now Joah Maangi stand out as the only Kisii 2022 strong Gubernatorial Candidate.