professor George Wajackoyah, a presidential candidate for the Roots, and Justina Wamae, his running mate, presented their manifesto at KICC last evening.
The manifesto has a 10-key agenda point for their government. During the launch, Wajackoyah also revealed that the party's signature tag is "Tingiza Mti"
A phrase that tickled Kenyans who were following the proceedings.
In attendance were the Rastafarian community who also gave a moving performance. In attendance was the Rastafari Society of Kenya chairman Ras Lorjoron and Mathenge Mukundi the first Rastafari advocate in the country.
The highlight of the manifesto launch was the performance by Gravitti Band where everyone got on their feet and danced.
Omosh was also at the event, he was spotted being shown how to tie a durag on his head. Incase you missed it, check out the photos from the event.