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Wajackoyah Campaigns in Mombasa Atop His Prado With No Number Plates

The Presidential campaigns are in high gear as Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance leader, Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga tours his Nyanza backyard in the past few days and this afternoon he is in Agoro Sare High School in Homabay County.

Picture courtesy. Image from Mombasa rally.

The Kenya Kwanza Alliance and United Democratic Alliance party Presidential Candidate, Deputy President William Ruto, is in Meru County to popularize his movement and get the Community rallying behind him.

Senior Counsel Waihiga Mwaure is nowhere to be found on the campaign trail this day and has been awfully quiet in the past few days as per the reports that we have.

The Roots Party Presidential Candidate, George Luchiri Wajackoyah has been making headlines for the past few days since he launched his Manifesto where he outlined his ten point agenda.

The controversial Presidential candidate who has promised to legalize marijuana and move the capital city from Nairobi to Isiolo, is this afternoon campaigning in Mombasa County.

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According to the reliable reports that we have from Mombasa County, George Luchiri Wajackoyah, who is also a celebrated lawyer, is in Mombasa urging the residents to rally behind him and his course.

Wajackoyah is in his white signature Toyota Prado TX which, inconspicuously, is missing its number plates as per the photos that we have seen from Mombasa.

It's unclear why the Popular Presidential Aspirant that has been giving Raila Odinga and Deputy President William Ruto a run for their money would have his vehicle without a number plate.

The Presidential aspirant has been seen in several campaigns with the vehicle and most recently, he was atop it in Kisumu while he was campaigning.

Picture courtesy. Image from Mombasa.

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