A former presidential candidate in Kenya received mixed reactions after he claimed to have been abused and humiliated at the airport earlier today.
The leader of the Roots Party, Professor George Wajackoya, has told his followers and the rest of Kenya that he was treated poorly and insulted on Monday during a trip to the Kisumu Aiport.
After being assaulted and humiliated by Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) employees, Professor Wajackoyah harshly criticised their actions.
However, the third-placed Roots Party in the last presidential general election did not provide many details on what happened at the airport.
All those who caused him shame he now considers forgiven.
"[email protected] airport. Humiliated and embarrassed by Kisumu airport KAA staff. But I have forgiven them," he noted.
Many Kenyans have responded to his comments, with some advising him to stop treating himself like a celebrity and start treating himself like an everyday person. Thank you for reading this article.
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