Wajackoya,the Roots Party leader and presidential candidate,has revealed his encounter with Deputy President William Ruto and Raila Odinga,who are the front runners to succeed President Uhuru.
Wajackoya has said that when he met Raila Odinga,he refused to greet him and that he was with Junet.
He added that he met DP Ruto and his wife at Hilton Hotel,and they had lunch together.
Wajackoyah blamed Odinga for obstructing party democracy within the Orange Democratic Movement by offering his family members party tickets rather than allowing Kenyans to compete democratically for the posts.
"Baba must enable others to hold elective positions; he must not be egotistical. His family members cannot run for the National Assembly, Senate, Woman Representative, or other offices. I instructed my brothers not to run for any office," he said.
If elected in the August elections, Wajackoyah's administration will reintroduce the death sentence, ostensibly to combat rampant corruption in the country.
The controversial presidential contender emphasized that corrupt persons will be executed for their crimes in order to deter others from stealing the nation's riches.
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