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Wajackoyah Rubbishes Raila & Rutos Promises In 100 Days In Office, Hints That Kenya Is Mourning

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Professor George Wajackoyah who recently made a debut entry to politics has now highlighted the plans he has for this country if elected as president.

Speaking live today morning in an interview with the Nation, Wajackoyah has heavily opposed the Raila and Ruto's promises in their 100 days in office if lucky get into power. According to Wajackoyah, the country is currently undergoing a mourning period and therefore the first days in office should be to re-invent and look on what has happened in the country. One of re-invention according to Wajackoyah is to bring to and end the social crimes with corruption taking the centre part of it. According to Wajackoyah, he will deal with corrupt people effectively by introducing a death penalty that will only apply if one is taken to the court and found guilty. Additionally, Wajackoyah has hinted that the death penalty shall have a reprove where the guilty person shall be asked to choose the methods of death he wants to subjected to.

"I am not joking. I am speaking live on television. People will taken to the court and if found guilty, there is a rope. We shall kill them. But the good part of it is that we shall have a reprove. Instead of killing them, we shall have to ask them to choose the method of death," Wajackoyah said.

Wajackoyah is facing Raila Odinga of Azimio, William Ruto of UDA and Mwaure Waihiga of Agano Party in the race for presidential seat.

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