Photo: Roots Party Presidential candidate, George Wajackoyah.
Roots Party Presidential Candidate, George Wajackoyah, accompanied by the paucity of leaders allied to him today stormed Othaya town, Nyeri county to popularise his presidential bid.
Day after Azimio la Umoja presidential candidate, Raila Odinga also held a series of rallies in the county.
Via viral photos shared online by a media outlet, Nyeri Muhoro Newshub.The Roots party boss, George is seen interacting with hundreds of his supporters. Who had turned up in large numbers to grace his rally at Othaya town?
Below are the photos;
Photos: Roots Party Presidential Candidate, Gorge Wajackoyah interacting with his supporters in Othaya town.Note that Nyeri county is perceived to be DP Ruto's turf. Given the massive support, he enjoys from both leaders and locals allied to him.
However, Presidential candidates. Led by Azimio's -Raila and Roots party candidate, Wajackoyah is on a hot pursuit rallying Nyeri residents to support their bids.
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