As we go into August, different presidential candidates, Raila Odinga of Azimio, William Ruto of Kenya Kwanza, Waihiga Mwaure, George Wajackoyah of the Roots party have been seen campaigning in different parts of the country , in their attempt to get more votes, as the people of Kenya pray for the peace of the country.
Roots party presidential candidate Wajackoyah alleged today that he was offered 200 million Kshs to withdraw from the presidential race, told digital media Citizen Tv, Wajackoyah a said opponents. His politics now seem to have threatened him with his growing popularity and now they want him to drop his bid.
However, Wajackoyah rejected these attempts to bribe him, telling the public that he would not give up his offer and that he promised his supporters that he would fight for the offer. His proposal, Kenyans who reacted to this statement from Wajockoyah all told him no. ‘Not dropping the offer, no a single comment supporting him to receive 200 million.
The sensation entry and clearance of Roots Party presidential candidate Prof George Wajackoya seems to have set things to a spin with his recent popularity that has shaken the top runners.
According to the Roots Party leader, his popularity across the country is giving most of his competitors sleepless nights, hence the attempt to buy him out of the race.
Recently, Wajackoya revealed that he was offered a whooping Ksh 200 million by people who were looking to have locked out of the race. Speaking to partygoers at the Paris lounge in Roysambu, Wajackoya said that the unnamed guys approached him and made an offer after they felt threatened by his popularity.
“Recently they came to my place and said that this Wajackoya, why don’t we just pay him Sh200 million so that he can drop his bid. I looked at them and told them that I am the most learned man in Africa and I cannot be compromised… I cannot betray the trust of the people,” Prof Wajackoya said. When the professor was contacted by Nation Africa to clarify this, Wajackoya declined to give the names or the political alliance that had approached him with that offer.