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The Roots Party through it’s spokesperson Jaymo ule Msee, has dismissed reports that their presidential candidate George Wajackoyah is expected to visit Nyeri this weekend for a ‘reggae night’

The Roots Association has dismissed reports that its presidential candidate George Wajackoyah is expected to visit Nyeri this weekend for a ‘reggae night’ show at one of the entertainment clubs.

Speaking to Taifa Leo newspaper, party spokesman Wilson Muirani, popularly known as Jaymo Ule Msee, denied allegations that the party leader was scheduled to meet with his supporters on Saturday.

According to a poster circulated on social media, Prof Wajackoyah was scheduled to attend a ‘reggae night’ concert at Joy Green Resort, on the outskirts of Nyeri.

A report on the festival has been rocking many entertainment fans on social media for a week now.According to the advertisement, only 21-year-olds were required to attend the festival for an admission fee of Sh300, each.

But according to Mr Muirani, the most widely circulated online poster is fake, and members of the Roots party have no information about it.

“As a matter of fact, we have seen the ad on social media just like other people and we were amazed. All we know is that the presidential candidate for our party ticket has no plans to visit Mt Kenya this weekend, ”he said.

Wilson Muirani added the festival was organized by fraudsters whose intention was to extort money from the public illegally.

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