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Ezekiel Mutua Worried Wajackoyah Could Force a Runoff in August Poll

Music Copyright Society of Kenya (MCSK) boss Ezekiel Mutua has weighed in on the Roots Party presidential candidate George Wajackoyah’s popularity ahead of the August 9 General Elections.

In an update on his Twitter page, the MCSK boss noted that Wajackoyah is a force to reckon with, adding that he will garner more than 1 million votes in the forthcoming elections.

Mutua made his argument after engaging wananchi on their preferred presidential candidate.

“It may sound crazy, but Wajackoyah will cause a re-run. I sat down with a group of young people last night and was shocked to hear the animated conversation on why they love the guy

“If the talks are anything to go by, Wajackoyah will get over 1m votes and that will be a game-changer!” Mutua wrote.

His sentiments were met with excited reactions across social media.

Jibril Iron Shaffi: Even if he doesn’t win, he’s going to make a point of being listened to whenever he speaks due to the huge following he’s gathering.

Daniel Mwanza: My mind too Ezekiel Mutua. Just follow on what is also happening on social media and you realize how Wajackoyah is trending and gaining popularity. Kenya and Kenyans want change.

Jacob Juma: You’ve been around for quite a long time but seems you don’t know how Kenyans behave, they’ll hype you for a while only to be dumped.

As earlier reported on, Wajackoyah promised to single out the flowers that have been planted on the newly constructed multi-billion Nairobi expressway for beautification, saying he will replace the flowers on the toll road with cannabis.

The presidential hopeful observed that there are a lot of spaces in the country which have not been utilised well.

He said that these spaces could be better utilised if used to cultivate bhang.

“There are flowers planted where you are standing for beautification purposes. That is a place which can yield regulated bhang

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“Even the things we have on the Nairobi expressway, flowers that have died. Why do we need all that, yet people are dying? All that will be bhang,” said Wajackoyah.

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