Fresh details have emerged that most Kenyans and groups are overly concerned with Wajackoyah's recent statement on snake farming and Hyena testicles. The Kenya forestry and the Kenya wildlife service are gravely concerned with his statements.
Here is a link: https://www.pd.co.ke/august-9/kenyans-unhappy-wajackoyah-idea-on-snakes-hyenas-trade-136076/
Church groups as well other concerned Kenyans have termed Wajackoyah's statements very unfortunate and regrettable. This leaves the professor in an awkward position as we move into the August 9th polls given his manifesto which has been termed shallow and populist.
Since he launched his manifesto, Wajackoyah support has continued to go down miserably with a section of Kenyans asking for his head checking. The presidential aspirant has been moving across the country making controversial statements that have shocked many across the country.
The fact that most Kenyans are against Wajackoyah's manifesto really spells doom for him. It's evident majority of Kenyans want Presidential candidates to sell an agenda that means well for the country instead of making useless statements as manifesto agenda.
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