Agano Party presidential candidate David Waihiga Mwaure has told Roots Party presidential candidate George Wajackoyah that he will not ascend to the presidency in the August polls.
Speaking on Monday during the National Elections Conference at the KICC, Nairobi, Mwaure said he was praying that when his party wins the election, Wajackoyah can join his government and become a bishop.
The first-time presidential aspirant said he was hopeful his party will win in August as he told Wajckoyah that they will meet at the ballot.
“For my brother Prof. Wajackoyah, we will see you at the ballot and we will also see you at the debate. But there is that little matter. I’m praying that when we win and you join my government, you can one day become a bishop as well,” Mwaure said.
He further hit out at Wajackoyah’s agenda of legalizing marijuana asking him to follow the law as the growing of marijuana is illegal.
“Growing of bhang is illegal. You are a lawyer like me, let’s follow the law. And the truth of the matter is you can’t be a president,” Mwaure stated.
On June 30, Mwaure asked the IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati to constitute a panel of psychiatrists to ascertain the mental status of Wajackoyah.
“Kenyans have watched in shock and awe as Prof. Wajackoyah encourages drug trafficking and consumption, planting of bhang in public places, opening of bars in schools and suspending the constitution.
“I urge the IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati to immediately constitute a panel of eminent psychiatrists to ascertain the mental state of this individual,” Mwaure stated.