Photo courtesy of former prime minister Raila Odinga, Deputy President William Ruto, and Roots party flag bearer George Wajackoyah.
George Wajackoyah continues to heighten his ambition to become the next president of the Republic of Kenya. However, he is the third impetus after Former prime minister Raila Odinga and the Deputy President.
Perhaps, he is gaining popularity across the country through his unique campaign strategy and manifesto. George Wajackoyah is the Roots party presidential candidate and he is endeavoring to build the next government.
Accordingly, he is facing off against other three competitors encompassing the Deputy President of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance, Raila Odinga of the Azimio la Umoja Coalition, and Waihiga.
As a result, Wajackoyah has disclosed that his competitors have gone to his place and requested him to drop his bid. Without mentioning their names, he claims that they planned to pay him 200 million to suspend his ambition.
"I look at them and told them I am the most learned man in Africa and cannot be compromised," he noted.
Who do you think Is approaching Wajackoyah to drop his ambition? Do you also think he will accept 200 million to drop it? Share your thoughts and expectations in the comments section below.
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