Through a video sent on social media, the reggae musicians stated that they want to come and 'share vibe' with Joho as they are aware that he 'loves reggae music.'
They also expressed that it has been too long since they were at the Coast and, therefore, they intend to come and 'do something.'
In the video, the trio, who are part of the band, referred to the 'Sultan' as the 'King.'
Although they did not highlight when they would be coming, they asserted that they would be visiting Kenya in 2018.
Governor Joho has always had a good relationship with various musical artists, many of whom refer to him as a relatable leader.
Sometime last year, he took to the stage during a thrilling concert that had US singer Chris Brown and Nigeria's Wizkid, where he promised to bring more A-list artists in the near future.
He is known to keep the company of several established artists, especially from Kenya and Tanzania.
Two days to 2018, Joho, who was in the company of his Kilifi counterpart Governor Amason Kingi, left residents in awe when they took to the stage in a rap battle with Mombasa kids.
The duo launched the 'Youth Must Change' initiative which was intended to help the County Government identify, support and nurture various talents empowering the youth.
Morgan Heritage says Governor Joho is a king.. To pull a show in Mombasa in his honour. pic.twitter.com/i6sFjNI2Kn
— Duncan Makori (@EngnrDan) February 7, 2018