Wajackoyah appoints Jaymo Ule Msee as Roots Party spokesperson
Roots Party of Kenya presidential candidate George Wajackoya has appointed comedian Jaymo Ule Msee as the party Spokesperson and Head of Media. While confirming his appointment, Jaymo thanked the presidential candidate for believing in him.
“It’s with utmost humility that I accept the appointment as the Roots Party spokesperson and Head of Media.
“I truly thank the 5th Prof George Wajackoyah, our running mate Justina Wamae, and our party officials for having faith in me to serve in our party to ensure we get a resounding victory on the 9th of August.
“It’s time for our generation to make the right choices,” Jaymo wrote on his Facebook page.
George Luchiri Wajakoyah
The 61-year-old professor was born in Matungu in the western part of Kenya. Unfortunately, his parents divorced and abandoned him at the age of three. Frustrated and in a quest to find his mother, Wajackoyah went to Busia, with an aim of travelling to Uganda, where it was claimed that she had moved to.
But he was unsuccessful in his bid to reunite with his mother. He met many challenges along the way. But he also met strangers who were willing to give him a helping hand.
With nowhere to go, Wajackoyah moved to Nairobi where he spent years on the streets of Nairobi, roaming around with other boys who were also homeless before a well-wisher rescued him.
He was lucky when the then Education Minister, the late Joseph Kamotho, was informed of his plight and helped pay his school fees at St. Peter’s Mumias Boys High School for his A-levels.
Wajackoyah then got the chance to study Law at the University of Wolverhampton in the United Kingdom where he graduated in 1996.
He graduated with a master of law in development from the University of Warwick in 1998 and a master of laws (us law) in 2006 from the University of Baltimore.
He has also taught law and economics, human rights, and comparative constitutional and international law at US, UK and Kenyan universities.
Wajackoyah is the founding partner of Luchiri & Co Advocates and has practised law for at least 25 years.
Like his campaign, Wajackoyah’s post-election plans are equally unconventional. If elected president, the lawyer is pledging to create eight prime minister positions in his government, suspend the constitution for six months, change working days to Monday through Thursday, and clear Kenya’s loans through sale of marijuana.
Wajackoyah, who is running on a Roots Party ticket has named Justina Wambui Wamae as his running mate.
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