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Wamae Keeps Highlighting Wajackoyah's Weakness

August 22, 2022, Monday After losing the August 9 election to William Ruto, Justina Wamae, an ex-Roots Party running mate, revealed previously unreported information about their party.

On Monday, August 22, Ms. Wamae confessed to a journalist from K24 that there was a lot of uncertainty within the party, which ultimately contributed to their poor result.

Prof. George Wajakoyah, the party's head, and Justina Wamae, his running mate.

Despite the fact that she has no personal animosity toward her former employer George Luchiri Wajackoyah, she claimed that the outcome might have been different had her opinions been seriously considered.

"You can't leave your gate unlocked and then complain that your belongings were stolen. Therefore, Wamae asserted, "We're still thinking along these lines.

Wamae claimed that the Roots Party's poor workmanship was really the result of improper organization, which also left numerous gaps that prevented other competitors from winning.

Because my boss had stated that he would be going to court, we haven't had a meeting as of yet. I phoned him and informed him.

Wamae, who had previously congratulated President-elect William Ruto, encouraged Wajackoyah not to file the suit since it defies political and social sense.

She also criticized the Azimio la Umoja team for appearing in court today, Monday, August 22, to request William Ruto's triumph.

After being chosen by Wajackoyah as his running mate, Ms. Wamae gained notoriety. This was further enhanced when she demonstrated her debate skills during the hugely popular deputy presidential debate that was held at the Catholic University hall in Nairobi.

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