• He had a T-shirt, paying tribute to the late Reggae star Bob Marley, who died in 1981.
Presidential Aspirant George Wajackoyah has proven to be a lover of Fashion.
On Tuesday, Wajackoyah was at Deep Sea slums in Parklands, dressed in a full-combat Rastafarian style.
The Presidential aspirant and Roots Party leader stunned in his signature black Durag.
To add to the style, Wajackoyah donned rugged jeans green Army Anorak jacket.
He also had a T-shirt, paying tribute to the late Reggae star Bob Marley, who died in 1981.
"In Memory of Bob Marley," read the shirt that has a drawing of Marijuana plant.
This look was accompanied by a chain, sunglasses and black boots.
Wajackoyah's style appeared to bring out a message his has been vocally advocating for - the legalisation and commercialization of Bhang or Marijuana.
"There are a lot of good things that come out of this plant. I have never smoked but I intend to smoke that day when I am elected as President. As soon as I am sworn in I will smoke the first joint," he said in a past interview on KTN.
While announcing his presidential bid, Wajackoyah laid down some of his plans for the country when he assumes office as the Head of State.