Monday, August 8, 2022

Prof. George Wajackoyah pulls out of Presidential Debate

Roots Party President Candidate Prof. George Wajackoyah has pulled out of the Presidential Debate slatted for Tuesday 26th at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA).

Through a statement, the party confirmed that their candidate will not attend as they cannot allow him to be part of a predetermined debate.

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“Roots Party would like to state that our presidential candidate Prof. George Wajackoyah will not attend the presidential debate because we will not subject the incoming President to the Joke of an already predetermined debate.” Read the statement.

The statement continues by accusing the media of determining the outcome of the elections before the poll day giving people the notion that some are trailing others. He termed the allegations baseless.

According to Roots Party, they refuse to be counted as ‘others’ and that they had already sent their official letter on 21st July which is yet to be replied to in regard to the concerns they raised.

“We would like to however state that our candidate is available to share the same podium with all the four presidential candidates as we define our agenda to all Kenyans,” Read the statement

Roots Party now joins Azimio Presidential candidate Raila Odinga who also pulled out of the debate over what they termed as a lack of tradition where Kenyans could learn from their candidates.

The coalition further accused Deputy President William Ruto of being power hungry and having no regard for ethics and public morals.

“He is a man who has no regard for ethics, public morals, or shame. That is why he has demanded that the debate not focus on corruption, integrity, ethics, and governance-the key existential questions that Kenyans face.” said Azimio

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