Former presidential candidate Prof George Wajackoyah showed up at a high-profile event while wearing a short over the weekend.
The Roots Party leader was among the key guests that had been invited to grace the homecoming event of Hadijja Nganyi, who was last year appointed by President William Ruto as a Commissioner on the Commission on Revenue Allocation (CRA).
Prof Wajackoyah attended the event in a short while other top guests including Kakamega Senator Dr Boni Khalwale were in suits.
Wajackoyah was also accompanied by Nuru Okanga, a top supporter of ODM leader Raila Odinga.
Taking to social media on Tuesday morning, Prof Wajackoyah noted by taking Nuru Okanga to the venue, he was representing real hustlers
"#wajackoyah#nuruokanga. I took Nuru Okanga my hometown boy to the homecoming venue and shared high table thus representing real hustlers," he tweeted.
Nuru Okanga is being prepared by a section of western leaders so that he contests for the MCA seat in Kholera ward in Matungu constituency.
Mumias East MP Peter Salasya is one of the leaders who are eager to see Nuru in politics.
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