Roots Party leader and presidential candidate Prof. George Wajackoyah has moved on after he lost the elections to President Ruto.
Since the Supreme Court upheld Ruto’s win, the roots party politician has been seen in majority of government functions including the official opening of the 13th Parliament by President William Ruto.
Wajackoyah was specially recognized by Speaker Moses Wetangula during the event leaving the present Members of Parliament jovial.
Apart from gracing public functions, Wajackoyah has been chilling with elected politicians. A Photo shared online has shown the presidential aspirant enjoying drinks at an undisclosed location alongside UDA MP Didmus Barasa and the young MP Peter Salasya.
The three politicians were pictured enjoying drinks with MP Salasya sitting between the two politicians.
Salasya has become a household name in Kenya’s politics after he was elected with literally nothing. The young MP revealed in his first interview that he campaigned on his bicycle as well as using donkeys in his rural area.
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