- Presidential aspirant George Wajackoyah shared fond memories with his family, showing he is a doting husband and father
- One image reposted by the Roots Party aspirant depicted him welcoming his wife after landing in Kenya
- Another snap showed the professor enjoying a dance with his daughter Hajara, born and raised in London
Roots Party presidential aspirant George Wajackoyah has shared fond memories with his family in Kenya.
Wajackoyah romantically welcomes wife
Via a series of Facebook posts on Thursday, June 23, Wajackoyah shared old photos of his family visiting the country.
The first photo shared by Wajackjoyah was a memory from October 2018 with his wife.
The image depicted the professor with short hair, a goatee and a formal outfit next to his wife at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA).
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The couple smiled as Wajackoyah showcased his romantic side by getting her a beautiful bouquet.
“Welcoming my wife Lee at JKIA,” Wajackoyah captioned the photo.
Many Kenyans complimented Wajackoyah’s wife’s beauty, writing:
Carol K Mbeni:
“Wow! That’s awesome!”
Wajackoyah dances with daughter
Another snap posted by the aspirant, whose plans to grow marijuana for export won him critics and admirers, depicted him with his daughter.
Daddy and daughter looked happy as they danced together in the image captured in 2017, as he revealed that he was teaching her some moves.
“Teaching daughter how to dance Lingala. Hajara was born and raised in London. She came to Kenya for the first time this year,” Wajackoya disclosed.
The last image shared by Wajackoya was from a 2019 trip with his wife to Jamaica.
“Montego Bay Jamaica with my wife 2019,” he wrote.
One image depicted Wajackoya’s wife standing in front of the Jamaican flag, and the other depicted him looking unrecognisable without his trademark beard alongside a group of locals.
Wajackoya held a newspaper to the camera, with the headline reading:
“Ganja candies help cancer patients.”
TUKO.co.ke previously reported that Wajackoyah has three children and is working on getting them Kenyan citizenship.
In July 2020, Wajackoyah announced that his lastborn daughter was to join the prestigious University of Cambridge to pursue medicine, adding that she wanted to become a brain surgeon.
“My sweet and lastborn baby girl has challenged my academic record as she awaits to join Cambridge for medicine. Her dream of becoming a brain surgeon is real.”
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