The Roots Party presidential candidate George Luchiri Wajackoyah was treated with a big shame after unidentified woman grabbed his private parts during campaigns.
While popularizing his statehouse quest ahead of August contest, the Roots Party leader George Luchiri Wajackoyah’s private parts were smeared by an excited woman in public, forcing the presidential hopeful to switch back and temporarily pause to warn the lady as the security intervened.
“Sasa huyu ananishika sehemu zangu za nyeti” Wajackoyah lamented.
He has promised to decriminalize Marijuana for medicinal use when elected president in August 9, election and pay the country’s overwhelming debts within three years.
Wajackoyah also tipped on venturing in snake farming where hopes to harvest snake venom for medicinal purposes and export snake meat to China and other countries that feed on snake.
He hinted at uprooting the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) that cobbled billions of shillings to be constructed when he takes power from president Uhuru Kenyatta.
Uhuru succession race
Other candidates seeking to replace Uhuru in August race include; Agano Party’s David Waihiga Mwaure, Azimio – One Kenya’s Raila Odinga and Kenya Kwanza’s William Ruto.
Raila has promised underprivileged families and low-income earners monthly stipend of Ksh6,000 when elected the country’s boss.
He has pledged to offer free Education program from primary to tertiary level. The former prime minister has also assured to ensure all Kenyans access free medical services regardless of their economic status.
Azimio – One Kenya presidential hopeful is beating drums of recovering the country’s ailing economy in the first 100 days when ascends to power.
On the other hand, Kenya Kwanza presidential candidate William Ruto has promised to allocate billions of shillings to micro, small and medium business enterprises that will hopefully create thousands of job opportunities to unemployed youths across the country.
He intends to deface the poverty line between the rich and the poor through series of empowerment mechanisms.