Roots party presidential candidate professor Wajackoyah has finally launched his Manifestos at KICC building in Nairobi County ahead of 2022 general elections. Wajackoyahs popularity has been growing and glowing on a daily basis whereby he has been touring in different regions of this country getting more attention among the youths who have accept his manifestos of legalizing Cannabis Sativa.
Standard media group has shared viral photos of Roots party manifestos launched at KICC building in Nairobi hence eliciting mixed reactions among Kenyans netizens. Wajackoyah was spotted twerking and applying dance tactics while enjoying Reggae music during that event.
Kenyans on social media have shared their different opinions and thoughts concerning that incident whereby some section of netizens have urged the IEBC to terminate his name in the list of 2022 presidential candidates here in Kenya. Other netizens have called him as a big joker who has no agenda to Kenyans.
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