George Wajackoyah Bio, Background, Career, Age, Education, Family and Net Worth

George Wajackoyah has been trending since he announced his presidential interests on 12th February 2022, but who is this George Wajackoyah. Well, we as Jambo Daily, have done a thorough background check on him and we have prepared all the facts you need to know about him.

George Wajackoyah is a Kenyan lawyer and now a politician as he has made his way to the political arena after declaring his presidential bid.

Previously he worked as a police spy working with the squad that investigated the death of former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Robert Ouko.

George Wajackoyah Biography
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Presidential Bid and Manifesto

Many candidates have declared their presidential interest as well as their manifestos. However, Wajackoyah’s case was different as he presented a  unique manifesto that took “Netizens” by surprise.

According to Wajackoyah’s manifesto, if he secures the seat, he will serve as minister of immigration, create a position for eight prime ministers, and suspend the constitution for six months.

The most interesting part is that the prominent lawyer will change the working schedule from Monday to Thursday and more interestingly he will legalize Marijuana for both medicinal as well as commercial use. The law professor believes if Bhang can be legalized for commercial use it can help the government of Kenya to clear the debt.

On his way to clinching the country’s top job, he plans to join hands with Abduba Dida who is not new in the presidential race as he has contested for the seat before. The two will be running under the “Tingiza Miti” slogan.

George Wajackoyah Age

He was born in 1961, as of Jan 2022 he is 61 years old.

George Wajackoyah Family and Background

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The veteran lawyer was born in the Western parts of Kenya in Matungu. However, his parents went their separate ways when he was very young.

In search of his mother, he began his journey to Uganda through Busia where his mother’s steps were last traced. As he was on his way he met many people who were willing to offer him a helping hand.

However, there was this one Somali man Driving a truck who gave him an offer of being a herdboy in Mandera. With zero option he took the offer and boarded the truck until Nairobi. According to him, when they landed in Nairobi the driver opted to go and buy milk in a near shop along Jogoo road, and unfortunately, he was hit by another vehicle.

The young boy from Matungu was left in the street of Nairobi where he knew no one. By God’s grace, a well-wisher rescued him and th