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Miguna Questions George Wajackoya's Education, Says His Utterances Are Suspicious

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Wajackoyah who is seeking to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta under the ticket of the Roots Party after the August 9 elections, in his agenda during the manifesto launch has listed the immediate suspension of the Constitution and legalizing of thang when elected as President.

According to Miguna, the Countries that have legalized bhang have not made It their main cash crop. According to Wajackoyah, Miguna was one of the clients to legalize the substance. Miguna had raised concerns over Wajackoyah's education that he claims to struggle to study after his parents parted ways.

Wajackoyah boosts of 15 degrees from the UK and a couple of diplomas. However, Miguna says Wajackoyah's academic qualification does not go in hand with what comes from him especially his degrees from the UK.

According to Miguna Professors are sound-minded people, with a lot of integrity, they think, and speak sense, unlike the Wajackoyahs.

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