As the fifth election approach in our country, the race for the statehouse is becoming chaotic and obscure. It's presently narrowed down to two candidates, they are William Ruto the Kenya Kwanza party pioneer and Raila Odinga the Azimio la Umoja party pioneer, and George Wajackoyah the roots party pioneer.
Recently, the roots party pioneer has become popular, making him on the same lane with William Ruto the Kenya Kwanza party pioneer and Raila Odinga the Azimio la Umoja party pioneer, this is on the ground that he guaranteed Kenyans to legitimize bhag whenever chosen as the next leader of Kenya.
This is on the grounds that many youths are on the side of George Wajackoyah Manifesto to legitimize weed and thus a large numbers of them might turn and choose him.
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In any case, honestly George Wajackoyah Will not make to become the president of Kenya. Leave a remark underneath and follow up for additional articles and updates.
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