Former president candidate under Roots party Prof George Wajakojah was today in Luanda Vihiga county where he took the time to continue popularising himself and it seems that he is not yet done and he will be going for the presidential shot once more. The self spoken leader accused Ruto government of stealing his ideas and he had a special message to the deputy president Rigathi Gachangua.
Gachagua has found himself in problems after he said that he is the one who convinced Kikuyus in the city to vote for Nairobi governor Johnson Sakaja. Sakaja had planned to eject matatus from Nairobi CBD but his plans were cut short by Gachagua who said he needs to consult on matters that affect Kenyans directly especially those from Mt Kenya.
Many perceived his words differently and he has been mistaken to a tribalist person. Wajakojah has asked him to stop being tribal and that he should understand Nairobi is a city for everyone not Kikuyus alone. Do you think Wajakojah will ever win the presidential seat? Leave your comments below and kindly follow for more updates.
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