Professor George Wajackoyah, the leader of the Roots Party,


Professor George Wajackoyah, the leader of the Roots Party, stated that he received a shot in the hip while serving as president under the late Daniel Arap Moi.

Wajackoyah said, "They hardly comprehend that I was also wounded and that I walked with a bullet in my hip," on Friday, March 10, during a demonstration in Migori County.

When Dr Robert Ouko died away, he said that his friendship with Raila Odinga, the head of the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition, "had endured the test of time" and saved his life.

Dr Ouko, who was the foreign minister at the time, was killed in 1990. When Prof. Wajackoyah, who at the time was an Inspector of Police, was implicated in his killing, he was forced to leave the nation.

"... who are unable to comprehend what we accomplished with Gitobu Imanyara. who don't get what we accomplished when we were in exile," the 2022 contender for president stated.

According to reports, Dr Ouko was killed in Nakuru, where his corpse was then set afire. His corpse was sent to London for a second autopsy after the findings of one in Kenya were disputed; this one confirmed that he had been murdered.

Prof. Wajackoyah claimed in Migori that he and Raila discovered who killed Ouko.

"People who don't realise that we took data on Dr Robert Ouko's death and sent them to Raila in London.

To introduce a resolution in Parliament asking who would be named as the person who murdered Ouko, he said, "Raila carried those papers and in the afternoon slipped them into Parliament with James Orengo, Ndetei.

Inquiries into Ouko's killing began, and then there were reported inexplicable deaths of supposed witnesses, which is said to have enabled Prof. Wajackoyah to flee to the UK.

In 2010, when he returned to Kenya, he stated his intention to run for president.

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