As the country heads to the August 9th 2022 general election, political temperatures have been raising high. All the four presidential candidates who have been cleared to run for the top seat have been working hard to lure Kenyans to support them and things have been getting worse ahead of the much awaited August poll.
Today, George Wajackoyah and Deputy President William Ruto launched their manifesto. In his side, George Wajackoyah made a lot of big promises to the people and as he was explaining his point of snake farming, he surprised Kenyans as he removed his shirt and stated what happened to him.
According to George Wajackoyah, he was badly attacked by a python while he was still very young and he thanks God that he is still alive because he was actually lucky to survive that attack. All in all, Wajackoyah maintained that he doesn't fear snakes and thus, he will promote snake farming in elected the 5th President of the Nation.
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