Roots Party presidential candidate Prof. George Wajackoyah now says that he dreamt of the Azimio One Kenya presidential candidate Raila Odinga pushing him to become president while he lied on top of his car during a campaign rally in Kisumu county on Monday.
Wajackoyah, during a gathering at Kondele grounds, was seen lying on top of his car for a few minutes before getting back on the microphone to address the crowd.
According to Wajackoyah, he was seeking consent from Raila to campaign in his ‘backyard’ and he had to consult him so that he would not be rejected by the crowd.
“I was in Raila’s backyard and people have been stoned there. And when you saw me sleeping on the car I was dreaming. In my dream I was talking to Raila asking him ‘I’m in your backyard, what do I do’…and he told me that he is pushing me to be the president,” he told NTV.
Wajackoyah further dismissed claims that he is Raila’s project, despite drumming up for his candidacy during the rally.
He said that he had to show support for Odinga in his backyard but maintained that he is under nobody’s coercion and should he be branded as a project then he should be the ‘people’s project.’
“I am the underdog in this campaign I got to Kisumu I have to use any other means. I have been branded a project by either side. And I am a project of the people and not anyone’s project,” he said.