Roots Party presidential candidate George Wajackoyah is a hopeful man that he will succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta after the August 9 general elections. Wajackoyah has become popular among Kenyans because of his manifesto in which he has promised to legalize Marijuana and encourage the rearing of snakes for their venom.
On Wednesday morning, Wajackoyah was in an interview at NTV and during the debate, the professor revealed some startling details. He said that he has never in his life sat down with Raila Odinga for a meeting. The presidential hopeful however said that some years ago he met DP Ruto and his wife Rachel and the second in command requested that he represent him in the ICC.
The professor said that he turned down the offer because he had a lot of things to do at the time. Further, Wajackoyah said that he will fire the Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i if he is elected as president.
Watch the interview of Wajackoyah in the video below;
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