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Wajackoyah: I didn’t Endorse Raila

Wajackoyah endorses Raila
Wajackoyah has denied endorsing Raila's bid to the presidency despite heaping praises to his dedication.
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Roots Party presidential candidate, George Wajackoyah, has emerged to put an end to rumours that he endorsed Azimio presidential candidate Raila Odinga.

This was after a clip of the Roots Party candidate heaping praises on Raila in a club at Kisumu, went viral on social media.

Wajackoyah has however denied endorsing Raila Odinga’s presidential bid in the August Polls.

“I have seen the video. You know people are just mad. William Ruto’s people have created an image of me on Facebook saying I am supporting him. Some are say I have endorsed Raila,Yes, I said those words, that I look up to Raila just like what I said about Ruto in Eldoret,

“I was acknowledging what Raila has done in Nyanza, and what he has done for the people. What is wrong with that?,” said Wajackoyah in an interview earlier today.

The widely renowned Wajackoyah has moved waves since expressing his interest in leading the nation and reviving it from debt traps.

Wajackoyah’s popularity has risen owing to his out-of-the-box solutions to fixing the country’s dwindling economy, from planting marijuana to selling dog meat.

Together with his running mate Justina Wamae, the leaders of the Roots Party initiated a movement so thought-provoking that it astonished the majority of Kenyans.

Expression of the agendas bestowed within the Roots Party manifesto such as snake farming has been given the green light to the Kenya Wildlife Services.

The plans put out in his manifesto mainly involve empowering the people in manufacturing, processing, and earning money for themselves.

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