Exiled lawyer Miguna Miguna has poked holes into Roots Party presidential aspirant George Wajackoyah’s academic certificates.
In a series of posts on his social media platforms, the exiled lawyer challenged the presidential hopeful to prove the validity of his academic papers.
He asked Wajackoyah to prove that his professorship was vested on him by a recognized university.
“You claim to be a “university professor” and many of us would wish to congratulate you fervently for such glorious academic achievement but only if you could be so kind as to give us credible evidence that your professorship was vested on you by a recognized university,” Miguna tweeted.
Miguna also wondered how Wajackoyah claims to have 26 degrees which he said he acquired from the UK yet he has grammatical errors in both writing and speaking.
“You claim to have 26 university degrees, mostly from the UK, and the majority of which are supposed to be “law degrees,” yet a casual review of your statements, utterances and writing in English discloses SYNTAX that is not related to the English Language. Please explain,” he wrote.
“You say to have been a street kid who was adopted by former KANU SG Joseph Kamotho, was James Kanyotu’s PA when Dr. Ouko was murdered, a murder you claim to have witnessed, yet you say you washed dead bodies and dug graves to survive. Please explain.”
In other news, Wajackoyah hit out at politicians making grand promises on what they would do in the first 100 days in office.
The presidential hopeful said his competitors making such promises are lying to woo voters.
Wajackoyah explained that the country is struggling economically and such promises cannot be achieved in the first 100 days.
“This physiology of the first 100 days is all concocted in lies, and I am not going to talk about other parties because they have all told lies
“I will be inheriting a debt and therefore we shall be looking at how to come out of this nonsense. We are in trouble,” said Wajackoyah.
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