Roots Party Flag bearer, Prof. George Wajackoyah who finished third in the concluded Presidential elections has gifted himself a brand-new Mercedes-Benz. Photos of the Roots Party Leader driving in his new Multi-million vehicle have gone viral. Wajackoyah became a household name in Kenya due to his main agenda of wanting to legalize Marijuana popularly known as weed if elected as Kenya's fifth President.
Prof. Wajackoyah is a Lawyer by profession who deals mostly in International Law with many of his clients being those facing immigration problems. His Party, Roots has gained popularity across the country with youths being majority of its supporters. Popular Political Commentator, Nyambane has shared photos of Wajackoyah enjoying his new ride in town.
@ItsNyambane Prof Wajackoyah the 5th awards himself a brand New Mercedes Benz for finishing 3rd in the just concluded Presidential Elections
Photos of Prof. Wajackoyah riding in his new Mercedes-Benz after immediately after purchasing it has gone viral. Many Kenyans are wondering where Prof. Wajackoyah got millions of shillings to buy the expensive vehicle during this hard economic times.
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