The roots Party Presidential Candidate, Professor George Wajackoyah has brought a new vibe to the presidential race, and today while in Western Kenya to drum up support for his bid, the third horse in the August Presidential polls, as described by Political pundits, was spotted campaigning in style.
Earlier on Sunday 26th, Wajackoyah traversed various parts of Western Kenya. He made stopovers in Bunyore, Maseno, Ebuyangu, Khwisero, Luanda among other areas. Wajackoyah and his brigade that included his running mate were met with crowds of enthusiastic youths.
In Pictures doing rounds in various social media platforms, Professor Wajackoyah was captured performing theatrics on top of his campaign vehicle.
One of the Pictures shows Professor, Barefoot ed while lying on top of his campaign vehicle.The hilarious pictures have elicited mixed reactions from netizens.
Calvin says "professor of Theatrics. But he will still get votes"
Lumbasi said "he should Embarambamba to his campaign trail with an immediate effect"
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