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The aftermath of Justina Wamae and Wajackoyah

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After a furious disagreement, Justina Wamae, the running mate for the Roots Party, says that her party boss, George Luchiri Wajackoyah, has blocked her.

Wamae told KTN News on Tuesday, August 23, that her party boss had openly obstructed her, making it impossible for her to negotiate their campaign diaries in the days leading up to the August 9 polls.

When asked about their most recent encounter, she said it took place in Kenya’s National Tallying Centre in the Bomas of Kenya, where the outcome of the presidential election had been revealed by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC).

She also spoke about the challenges she had while traveling around the nation to promote her candidacy for president. Towards the conclusion of the campaign, she faced accusations that she had not campaigned with the outspoken politician, despite the fact that she had complained about issues with campaign logistics.
She said this while also claiming that plan adjustments were tough for their campaign team since Wajackoyah ultimately made all the decisions.

Wamae claims that the team’s progress stalled when they were labeled a state project.

Wamae’s comments came only a few hours after she had said she was willing to collaborate with incoming president-elect William Samoei Ruto in another interview.

If given the opportunity, she promised to give her all as a minister in the Kenya Kwanza cabinet.
Wamae said that every Kenyan has a chance to improve their lot because of Ruto’s Kenya Kwanza manifesto, which addresses the aspirations of the average mwananchi.

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