Roots party Presidential candidate George Wajackoyah has refuted claims he holds United Kingdom citizenship.
Wajackoyah in a past interview said he was once disqualified from vying for a member of parliament seat in Tottenham, UK because he was not married.
Speaking on NTV, Wajackoyah said he has never changed his citizenship despite him vying for the MP position.
“These people ought to read. They ought to just go to the internet and google. They are wasting their time writing to the embassy. Nobody is deporting me as I’m a Kenyan by birth with high levels of education,” Wajackoyah said.
Wajackoyah’s response comes hot on the heels of a letter by Former presidential aspirant Peter Solomon Gichira who wrote to the British high commission questioning the status of his UK citizenship.