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We will use Ruto's Wheelbarrows to transport Marijuana - Wajackoyah


Roots Party presidential candidate Professor George Wajackoyah believes he can win in the August elections even without debating with the two front runners.

"When it comes to bottom-up, Ruto has been working for me. He has given me wheelbarrows for ganja. We will not have a problem with how to transport Ganja to the market. I thank the DP and that's why I like him..." he said during an interview at TV47.

The Roots Party Presidential candidate criticized Azimilio la Umoja Kenya Coalition presidential candidate Raila Odinga, arguing that his proposal to give poor families a stipend of 6000 monthly will push Kenyans further into debts.

"Maybe Raila is going to sell Opoda farm, how do you come up and tell people that am going to give you Sh6000, where are you going to get it? That means Kenyans are going to be borrowing..."

Wajackoyah also threatened to skip the presidential debate unless he debates with both DP Ruto and Raila Odunga.

"I am not attending the presidential debate unless I am paired with Ruto and Raila. I am more popular in Nairobi than any of these people. I will win this election without debate..." he said.

The 2022 presidential debates will take place on July 26, in tiers of two according to the presidential candidates' popularity ratings. The first will tier will feature candidates with below 5 per cent rating while the second will feature candidates with more ratings.

 According to a recent Infotrak poll, Wajackoya has 4 per cent and Agano Party’s David Mwaure has 0.1 per cent popularity ratings.

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