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Wajackoyah Storms Kisumu For His Campaigns As He Reveals the Following To Kisumu Residents

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It has been reported by the NTV media that the August presidential race will include Deputy President William Ruto, Orange Democratic Movement Party leader Raila Odinga, Roots Party Presidential candidate Professor Wajackoya, and David Waihiga. This report has caused confusion about the race, which will take place in August.

While campaigning in Kisumu, the presidential candidate for the Roots Party, who is also a candidate for the presidency, is said to have endorsed the candidacy of Raila by telling the locals that a win for either Raila or him will be good news and a victory for the people of Western Kenya. These reports indicate that the endorsement took place.

This was said by Wajackoyah during his rally in the Nyajza region, where he is attempting to persuade the locals to vote for him in the presidential election that will take place in August and is just two months away.

As we get closer to the upcoming general elections on August 9, the head of the Roots Party, Professor Wajackoyah, was spotted today at Kisumu looking for votes.

This has been is first visit for his presidential contest and looking foa way to succeed president Uhuru by all means possible in August 9 Elections. Wajackoyah Might Do good and win Incase if more Effort

Wajackoyah, who is running for office and is campaigning in Kisumu, is quoted in this video clip provided by NTV Media as saying that a win for either him or Raila will be a gain for Western Kenya.

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