At Catholic University of Eastern Africa, where the 2022 Presidential Debate is now taking place, some of the candidates have already arrived. Prof. George Wajackoyah and Waihiga Mwaure have already shown up, the panelists at the debate, which began on Tuesday, July 26 at precisely 4 p.m., have reported.
Professor Wajackoyah can be seen outside the campus in a live video that is being broadcast by all major media outlets in Kenya. He hasn't had a chance to talk yet, though. This occurs shortly after a spokeswoman for the Roots Party said that he had withdrawn from the presidential debate.
Sources have seen an official statement from the Roots Party, which requested that the presidential planners make sure their reporting is impartial and free. They further asserted that Wajackoyah is unable to attend a scheduled debate. The media's division of the Roots Party into those who are leading and those who are following others infuriated them as well.
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