Wajackoyah threatens to boycott the presidential debate

Roots Party competitor Prof George Wajackoyah says he won’t participate in the following week’s official discussion on the off chance that he won’t impart a stage to the next three up-and-comers.

Wajackoyah blamed the coordinators for the discussion of segregation, even as he discredited the equation used to show up at the ongoing configuration where the principal banter highlights applicants who have surveyed under five percent in three late assessments of public sentiment and the second with competitors who have surveyed over five percent in a similar study.

Talking during a TV interview, the Roots Party banner conveyor says he won’t be involved with it in the event that he won’t be concurred an opportunity to go head to head with the wide range of various up-and-comers.

“Assuming you go to Canada, UK, US, China, Singapore, all official competitors are assembled so that individuals might see their non-verbal communication, how they answer questions, how they take a gander at one another, how they really look at the temperatures and temper, But these folks come in and say this is the way it ought to be, No, I will blacklist it,” he said

A file image of Wajackoyah
A file image of Wajackoyah

Wajackoyah who had been put on level two close by Agano Party’s David Waihiga Mwaure guaranteed the coordinators have no avocation, nor is it the Constitution nor in any regulation, that the discussion ought to be held as of now booked.

He depicted the ongoing discussion design as slanted, even as he communicated certainty that Kenyans will in any case decide in favor of him regardless of whether he shows up. He dissents being caused to feel he doesn’t have similar remaining as competitors in level one, a position he says he has conveyed to the coordinators.

“I won’t partake except if there is Raila Odinga, William Samoei Ruto, Mwaure, and I on a similar stage talking before Kenyans, for Kenyans to pursue an educated decision,” he charged

Having been cleared by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission to challenge the nation’s Presidency, Wajackoyah says he had acquired the option to be dealt with similarly to Ruto and Raila.

“You can’t simply emerge with a suit from Havard, or Oxford or University of Nairobi, and in light of the fact that you are a writer, and you know an excess of Kizungu, you come and let an official competitor know this is the means by which we have organized it, and these are the standards, damnation no,” he said

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