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Controversial presidential candidate Wajackoyah ready to work with Raila

by Amos Khaemba

Controversial presidential candidate George Wajackoyah has been taunted as a spoiler for the two leading presidential candidates William Ruto and Raila Odinga in the upcoming August polls.

His increasing popularity based on his controversial manifestos has made political observers to opined that it might be difficult for the one to win in round one.

Recently Wajackoyah claimed that one of the presidential frontrunners had offered him Ksh 200 million to drop his presidential bid.

Speaking in Kisumu on Monday, June 27, Wajackoyah expressed a soft spot for the Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya coalition flag bearer saying he was ready to work with him.

The Roots Party presidential flag bearer said both him and Raila share heritage hence victory for any will be a plus for the Nyanza and Western residents.

 “I am made to understand Baba came from Wanga (Kakamega), so we still have his bedroom in Mumias. I am a neighbor here and as you know, I am in the race with Baba. A victory for either of us will be a win for the Western region,” Wajackoyah said.

Wajackoyah who spoke in fluent Dholuo warned the United Democratic Alliance presidential flag bearer William Ruto against insulting the ODM leader, telling the residents not to allow Ruto to direct insult at Baba.

“This is the home of Baba and it must be respected. There is this young man from Sugoi who is usually abusing Baba, when he comes here shout at him and tell him to leave Baba alone,” he said as the crowd applauded him.

Wajackoyah has been making headlines over his controversial plans if elected the 5th president of Kenya in August.

The lawyer-turned politician has pledge to legalize marijuana with the aim of using the proceeds to pay off the skyrocketing debt.

Recently he has added the farming of snakes on the list of the economic activities he will initiate to remedy the dwindling economy.

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