Betty Kyallo is hitting the headlines again. This time over her past alleged relationship with Mombasa governor Ali Hassan Joho.
In a tell all interview with True Love, Betty admitted that she got close to the stylish governor who is known by his street moniker, Sultan.
On her relationship with Joho, she told the magazine,
“IT WASN’T UNTIL MAY (2016) THAT I BECAME CLOSE TO HASSAN. HE WAS GOING THROUGH THE SAME THING, A SEPARATION, AND WE CONNECTED ON THAT LEVEL. WE TRIED TO HAVE SOMETHING AND IT GAVE ME COMFORT BECAUSE WE UNDERSTOOD WHERE WE WERE WITH EACH OTHER. HE WAS EASY TO TALK TO, HANG OUT AND HAVE FUN WITH.”
Thanks to the closeness, Betty enjoyed various perks from the governor who blessed her with a Porshe Cayenne and a mansion on Lenana Road.
According to a source who whispered to The Nairobian, Betty was thrown out of the house after the split and she had to beg the governor to atleast let her have the furniture.
“THE HOUSE WAS NOT IN HER NAME, SO WHEN THE RELATIONSHIP WENT SOUTH, SHE WAS KICKED OUT,” A SOURCE SAID.
Joho who is also knowns as ‘001’, went ahead to also reposes the Porshe Cayenne.
The car was later spotted on the side of a street, covered in the official’s campaign poster for the governor. The number plates are one and the same as Betty’s former ride.
Check out the photos below:
“THE PORSCHE CAYENNE WAS REPOSSESSED FROM BETTY WHEN SHE WAS BEHIND THE WHEELS ON MOMBASA ROAD,” CONTINUED OUR SOURCE. “SHE WAS FORCED TO PARK OFF THE ROAD NEAR NYAYO STADIUM AND PICK HER STUFF BEFORE JOHO’S SECURITY DETAIL SEIZED BETTY BEGGED JOHO TO ALLOW HER TO TAKE THE FURNITURE AND OTHER PERSONAL EFFECTS, WHICH HE DID,” THE SOURCE TOLD NAIROBIAN.
In a past interview with The Star, Betty Kyallo admitted that she has had thoughts of getting into politics.
“It is something that has crossed my mind a number of times, and the thing is we have quite a number of young leaders now who are in Parliament.”
She added, “And I just want to see whether the promises they made to young people, they will deliver or not. I’m really looking at the young politicians, the likes of Babu Owino, Jaguar and Caleb Hamisi, and I just hope that they can deliver to some extent.”
“IF THEY CAN, THEN I WILL KNOW THERE’S HOPE FOR OTHER PEOPLE LIKE ME, WHO WOULD WANT TO REPRESENT YOUNG PEOPLE OR KENYAN WOMEN IN ANOTHER PLATFORM. IT’S NOT ALIEN TO ME BUT I’M WAITING TO SEE.”