‘I was a Grave Digger’ – Wajackoyah Shares His Sad Story; Reveals Why he Fled the Country

As the country is heading to the general elections in less than two months, politicians are at their busiest hunting for votes in all parts of the country.

The August 9th election has as usual interested veteran politicians such as Raila and Ruto and has also seen the entrance of new faces such as Professor George Wajackoyah.

Wajackoyah was not popular before he announced his presidential bid but is currently one of the most popular presidential candidates. He is more popular due to his stand on weed and his desire to have it legalized in the country.

After his clearance by the IEBC, Wajackoyah shared his life journey revealing details Kenyans did not know. Apparently, the presidential candidate was a police officer before joining the National Intelligence Service (NIS).

While at the NIS, he was handed the task to investigate the death of Robert Ouko a task that led him in seeking for refuge in the United Kingdom (UK) due to the findings.

While at the UK, Wajackoyah had to survive and the only job he could manage at the time was digging graves. He says that the salary he got paid his school fees and hence becoming a professor.