Roots Party presidential candidate Prof George Wajakoyah has shown his implicitly today ahead of his manifesto launch at Kenyatta International Conference Centre (KICC), by freely interacting with his supporters while entering the KICC building. Wajakoyah who has been seen alone with no bodyguard joined his supporters in photo taking holding them as they surrounds him.
According to a video which had been captured by NTV, Prof Wajakoyah is seen entering the KICC building and immediately his supporters started cheering him up forcing him to turn back, he went to them and interacted with them freely and took pictures with them as they chants 'Wajakoyah the fifth'. The Roots Party presidential candidate seemed to be so simple and he has seen it better to do that instead of snubbing the supporters who were delighted to see him.
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