Presidential hopeful and leader of the now famous Roots party professor George Wajackoyah a while ago alleged that someone tried to bribe him with ksh 200 million for him to relinquish his ambition of vying for the presidency. According to reports then, Wajackoyah had claimed that it was the deputy president William Ruto who tried giving him the mouth watering offer.
However, according to the recent information, Wajackoyah did not say that it was DP Ruto who was trying to bribe him out of the presidential race and that the report was untrue and malicious.
Wajackoyah did not give the specific identify of the person who approached him but indicated that it might be a top presidential candidate's right hand man who was operating under orders.
This is coming at a time when the flamboyant aspirant has managed to pull a substantial number of supporters to his side with his mouth watering promises of reviving the ailing Kenyan economy without borrowing.
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