The relationship between Roots party presidential candidate Professor George Wajackoya and his Deputy Justina wamae got a struck after Justima was fired and dismissed as deputy party leader.
Yagnik Vinod Ramji has been appointed to replace Justina as deputy party leader. This is following notice made by Roots party of Kenya. Justina and Wajackoya breakup began way back before August 9th general elections where they the two had controversial opinion on who they would endorse for presidency.
Wajackoya seemly had a light spot on Raila-Karua ticket where as Justina preferred William Ruto's presidential ticket. The party's problems began after an online video where Wajackoya was seen endorsing Odinga allegations that Roots party leader denied.
However, Wamae came out and said the claims were true and he was never consulted and would take contrary stand . The two party leaders have been exchanging online which each blaming the other .
Justina was summoned to appear before party disciplinary Committee which she turned down. She has been fired and her position taken by Ramji
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