Prof George Wajackoyah biography is a source of happiness to a majority of Kenyans psyched to see him become the 5th president after his excellence, Uhuru Kenyatta. His controversial manifesto seeking to legalize marijuana and abolish the Constitution of 2010 is already a full-blown debate.
With the nearing of August Polls is a popularity boom for Prof Wajackoyah. He is a man to watch closely following a sudden uprising in Kenyan politics. After all, he is the third most influential presidential aspirant.
George Wajackoyah profile summary
|Career||Lawyer, priest, politician|
|Real names||George Luchiri Wajackoyah|
Prof Wajackoyah is particularly famous for proposing to clear Kenya’s trillions of debt with the legalization and export of Bhang.
Professor George Wajackoyah biography
Wajackoyah’s first-time stab at the presidency is outstanding just like that of Mwalimu Abduba Dida in 2017.
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He resents deep state politics and has vowed to uproot corrupt leadership once sworn in as the fifth commander in Chief.
George Wajackoyah age and birthplace
How old is Wajackoyah? Born at St Mary’s Hospital in Jinja, Uganda on October 24th, 1959, Wajackoyah is 63 years old as of 2022.
His youthfulness is striking to a majority of supporters and Roots Party ticket holders.
Concerning his religion, Wajackoyah is a strong believer in God without a denomination – he considers himself spiritual.
Wajackoyah parents – father and mother
Growing up in Uganda and partly in Kenya exposed Wajackoyah to a tough childhood.
Unfortunately, Wajackoyah’s father Mr Tito Olilo Jakoya and mother Melania Makokha divorced during his childhood.
The painful separation left Wajackoyah vulnerable to the odds of life; at first under the care of grandparents in fatherland Mumias.
His father is from Indangalasia Village within West Wanga, Mumias, Kakamega County while his mom is a native of Butula in Busia County.
Prof Wajackoyah educational background
Before becoming a street boy at age 16, Wajackoyah had completed his primary education but without prospects for higher learning.
After years of street life, Hare Krishna rescued George alongside other street children.
In addition, he received an opportunity of joining St. Peter Mumias Boys High School where he completed A-levels in 1980. He eventually became Krishna Balaram in the capacity of a priest.
After that, Wajackoyah joined the Kenya Police Training College at Kiganjo for studies in Policing and Criminal Investigation.
Wajackoyah career history and 17 degrees
The fresh graduate Wajackoyah became a recruit constable before rising to become a senior inspectorate.
In 1990, he was picked to track and expose the mysterious death of Foreign Affairs Minister Robert Ouko.
Wajackoyah’s intelligence findings not only led to his arrest but also detention and torture to the extent of nearly losing his eyesight.
Luckily, he was released under intervention from American friends. Feeling unsafe in the country led to his seeking urgent asylum in the United Kingdom.
While in the UK, Wajackoyah remembered his dream of pursuing law to protect the helpless in society.
Being homeless did not stop him from aiming at multiple law degrees from world-class universities.
Some of the toughest jobs that Wajackoyah did for his tuition fees included digging graves and night security guard.
The list of UK Universities that conferred Wajackoyah with at least 17 degrees includes; Wolverhampton, Warwick, London (SOAS), and Westminster & UOL Birkbeck.
Law Firms – Working in the UK & USA
Wajackoyah is an established professor of law with his practice in the Republic of Kenya.
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He previously worked at his firms in the United Kingdom for two decades before relocating to the USA.
He would go on to become a don at the American Heritage University of Southern California.
Starting Luchiri & Co. Advocates in 2010
Wajackoyah remembered his motherland Kenya in 2010. On returning to the country, he launched Luchiri & Co. Advocates.
Apart from representing high-profile individuals and institutions, Wajackoyah is an advocate in the High Court of Kenya.
And now, Wajackoyah is a law lecturer at the University of Nairobi and the United States International University – Africa.
Prof Wajackoyah family – wife & children
Wajackoyah is a happily married man with 3 children and a bouncing baby boy grandson called Jayden.
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His two daughters are called Marjorie Luchiri and Marz Luchiri; his son is called Ty Luchiri.
Prof Wajackoyah and his wife Meller Lee Cheatham walked down the aisle in 2020. Photos from their colourful wedding are still circulating on social media.
The seasoned lawyer lives in Nairobi City while his flight attendant wife is in the United States and his children are in the United Kingdom.
Roots Party leader George Wajackoyah the 5TH
In 2012, Wajackoyah declared his intention to occupy State House come 2013. He later withdrew his candidature without explanation.
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In 2021, he revived his presidential dreams ahead of August Polls 2022.
His party advocates for bhang legalization in Kenya among other interests such as snake rearing and capital punishment for the corrupt.
Luckily, Wajackoyah emerged as one of the four IEBC cleared presidential aspirants in June 2022.
Competitors include UDA’s DP William Ruto, ODM leader Raila Odinga, and Agano Party leader David Mwaure Waihiga.
George Wajackoyah contacts
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Prof George Wajackoyah biography is inspiring to several fanatics campaigning for the Roots Party flag bearer – He is confident in becoming the 5TH.