‘Niliibiwa 2.8 Million Votes’, Wajackoyah Now Claims

George Wajackoyah, the leader of the Roots party, now alleges that 2.8 million votes were stolen from him in the previous election.

Wajackoyah added that he had decided to support Raila Odinga’s efforts to fight for Kenyan right without going into further detail and insisted that it was true that votes were taken away from him as well.

“Ruto must go. Gachagua must go!” Wajackoyah chanted while speaking at a rally on Jacaranda grounds.

George Wajackoya

Wajackoyah also asserted that there were cartels working with Ruto behind Raila’s back within the Azimio coalition.

“I want to warn the cartels who are here. Today you are in Jacaranda, at night you are Sugoi,” he proclaimed.

Wajackoya however claimed he is not interested in toppling anyone’s government.

“Baba knows that I have been involved in overthrowing so many governments all over the world,” Wajackoyah said.

“I have no interest in toppling any governments,” he added.

Wajackoyah further pleaded with Raila Odinga to support him in defending his party, which he said Attorney General Justin Muturi wanted to disband because of its ties to marijuana.

Wajackoyah and his Agano Party counterpart David Mwaure were the first to congratulate President Willaim Ruto after the Supreme Court validated his win in the August 9 General Election.

He however had made it clear that he would continue to hold the government accountable as the decision had been made.

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