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Wajackoyah Prophesizes The Next President Of Kenya Incase He Loses

Wajackoyah now says it's Raila who will win august presidential election if not him

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Hunt for the top seat is no longer a laughing matter as things begin to get tough in the near August elections. As we speak, the Roots party aspiring presidential candidate, Honourable George Wajackoyah took campaigns to Kisumu county where he said that Raila winning or him winning will be a great victory for western Kenya.

The more August polls, things are gradually getting clearer and it is now being discovered that Wajackoyah’s influence will greatly affect Ruto’s presidential bid because he will lose more youths in the country.

What Wajackoyah told people of Nyanza raises several questions about his main mission since it appears he is a man on a mission to bring down the two key candidates. In his speech, Wajackoyah insisted that Kenyans should vote carefully so that they don’t put any corrupt guy in the next government. His words appear to have been targeted against DP Ruto who is being linked to corruption.

Since the day handshake happened between Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Amollo Odinga, deputy president William Ruto has been constantly attacking his boss terming him as a betrayer who should be rejected by all means possible by the Kenyan people.


At first, when Wajackoyah mentioned his bid in the coming 2022 race, most people treated it as a joke thinking he was going to be removed from the ballot. However, it appears that things are now getting serious until he has been forced to strike the ground and campaign trying his feet.

It is now clear that Kenyan politics is very essential especially for the presidential race ahead of the August elections. The presidential race is now taking a totally different twist between Raila Amollo Odinga, William Ruto, and Wajackoyah. As this continues, it’s high time all the aspiring Kenyan politicians ensure they maintain peace and unity in the country ahead and after the August elections.

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