George Wajahckoya is one of the few politicians whose name shot from unknown to national fame within a span of very few days. Before the August general elections, Wajahckoya was little known until his name was cleared by the IEBC to vie for presidency.
After being cleared, that is when almost everybody knew about him. His campaign manifesto was just one of its own and the things he uses to promise were quite unusual to the normal Kenyan. Wajahckoya promised to legalize the growth and consumption of weed and it's products if elected to be the president. He also advocated to domestication of snakes and other wild animals as a revenue generating method.
His manifesto aside, Wajahckoya was argued to be the most learned of all the four presidental candidates. With over ten degrees and having practiced law both locally and internationally.
Although he conceeded loosing in the presidential polls, Wajahckoya is not yet done with surprising Kenyans. In a story published by Tuko news on Facebook, the Roots party leader has appeared in the supreme court for the presidential petition hearing.
This time round he has not come as a politician but as a lawyer. This is after he appeared in full barrister rob and a periwig ontop of his durag. This being the official attire of a lawyer, it is not yet clear the side Wajahckoya will be representing in the hearing which is scheduled to start tomorrow.
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