George Wajackoyah, the presidential seeker for the Roots Party, rebuffed those who questioned his Kenyan citizenship by stating that he has noway altered his nation.
Wajackoyah told NTV on Wednesday that rather of writing to the British Embassy and complaining, the people making the claims can check his citizenship information online they’re “ wasting their time ”
After Peter Gichira, a former presidential seeker, wrote to the British High Commission to interrogate about Wajackoyah’s citizenship to the United Kingdom, he responded the following day.
Gichira enquired in the letter about the Roots Party leader’s citizenship, specifically whether he was a British citizen and, if so, whether he’d given up his right to run for chairman of Kenya.
“ No bone is deporting me anywhere; I’m a Kenyan who was born then and has veritably high academic norms. I ’ve been outside the nation, I ’ve gone through a lot, and I tried to escape, ” he stated.
According to Wajackoyah, being a citizen of the Commonwealth doesn’t bear one to be a citizen of the State in which one resides permanently.
The presidential seeker for the Roots Party claimed that his opponents are “ trying to smear his name ” because of the citizenship problem.
Farther censuring the church for nonconcurring with some of his fiat’s points, similar as the legalization of marijuana, Wajackoyah said, “ the church should check itself and look at the speck in its own eyes. ”