In a message which seems to have indirectly been directed to the Deputy President William Ruto, George Wajackoyah has revealed one way of making it to Raila's top political base as his competitor without experiencing any form of violence.
As he addresses the people of Kisumu County in his today's tour in Nyanza Region, the Roots Party leader has made it more clear that whenever you stepped into Raila's backyard, you must act and conduct yourself properly.
If any case you fail to do so when you are known as his competitor for the top political seat, you may end up being canned and so facing heavy backlash from his undisputed ardent supporters.
"You know when you come to Baba's backyard, you must come properly. Therefore, if I come here, I must come properly because if you don't, you can be canned"- George Wajackoyah.
In the recent political rallies of DP Ruto in some regions or places known to be Raila's political turf, he has faced heavy backlash.
He experienced the same situation recently in Nairobi County at Jacaranda Grounds and also in Kisumu County at Kondele where his rally turned out messy minutes after the warm welcoming by Raila's supporters.
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