•A video went viral claiming that the Roots Party candidate had endorsed Raila for presidency
Presidential candidate George Wajackoyah has denied reports that he has endorsed Raila Odinga's presidential bid.
This is after a video went viral claiming that the Roots Party candidate had endorsed Raila for the presidency
"Our attention has been drawn to a viral video clip showing our presidential candidate Prof George Wajackoya on the campaign trail addressing his supporters at an entertainment joint," reads a statement.
The statement by Party Spokesperson Wilson Muirani explains that in the entertainment joint, Wajackoyah addressed his supporters and accorded the other three presidential candidates some level of respect.
However, he claimed that "the biased media' doctored the clip to allegedly suit and push their candidate, Raila Odinga.
Wajackoya claimed that their opponents have sensed defeat and they resulted in all underhand means to create a notion of winning this election.
"The notion that Prof Wajackoya has endorsed Raila Odinga is a hopeless imagination," he said
In addition, Wajackoyah assured his supporters that victory was coming and that the various political camps have panicked over their expectations vs reality in this election.
The Roots Party boss is one of four presidential candidates cleared by IEBC to run for the seat.
Others are Azimio flag bearer Raila Odinga, Deputy President William Ruto of UDA and Waihiga Mwaure of the Agano Party.
The 62-year-old Roots party presidential candidate unveiled a 12-point manifesto to Kenyans in a bid to court Kenyan vouters.