Former Nairobi county governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has left many Kenyans giving their own opinion about Roots party presidential candidate Professor George Wajackoya. This is after Sonko posted a video on his Facebook account of Wajackoya dancing a reggae song while campaigning with his running mate.
Sonko took to his Facebook and posted a caption "Mnasemaje kuhusu huyu Rais mtarajiwa. (What can you say about this presidential hopeful?.)"
"Perfect president in a wrong country should try Jamaica," Benedict Ongolo. "Wajackoya is the 5th. On his inauguration, we will smoke our way to the CBD," JR. Below are some of the comments by Kenyans on Sonko's post.
Wajackoya is one of the candidates who were cleared by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission IEBC to run for presidency in August general elections. He will face his competitors, William Samoei Ruto of United Democratic Alliance UDA party, Raila Odinga of Orange Democratic Movement ODM party and David Wahiga Maure of Agano Party.
Wajackoya has promised Kenyans to legalize marijuana in Kenya and introduce snake farming if elected as the 5th president of Kenya.
Source, Facebook, Mike Sonko.
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