Miguna Miguna Criticizes Prof George Wajackoyah’s Educational Credentials
Miguna Miguna, a Canadian-based Kenyan lawyer has criticized the academic credentials of Presidential Candidate Prof George Wajackoyah citing his spoken language as lacking in syntax.
In addition, Miguna Miguna has also taken a swipe at George Wajackoyah’s presidential manifesto saying that the country’s problems cannot be solved by simply selling snake poison.
Wajackoyah has been reported to be having more than fifteen academic degrees and some diploma certificates.
According to Miguna Miguna, Wajackoyah’s views do not match that of a person having so many academic degrees, especially from universities in the United Kingdom.
Miguna views Wajackoyah’s academic success as a hoax because he views the presidential candidate’s statements and verbal utterances as not conforming to that of an individual who has lived and studied in Europe.
“You have 26 university degrees, mostly from the UK, and the majority of them are supposed to be “law degrees” yet a casual review of your statements, utterances and writing in English discloses syntax that is not related to the English Language. Please explain,” said Miguna Miguna on Twitter.
The exiled Miguna also questioned the capacity of the university that conferred Wajackoyah’s professorship.
“You claim to be a “university professor” and many of us would wish to congratulate you fervently for such glorious academic achievement but only if you could be so kind to give us credible evidence that your professorship was vested on you by a recognized university,” said Miguna Miguna.
However, Miguna Miguna was not finished there and he took another swipe at Wajackoyah’s claim that he struggled to pay for his education after his parents separated.
The roots party presidential candidate revealed on many occasions, that he had to dig graves and wash dead bodies and then used proceeds from these jobs to pay for his education. However, Miguna still saw a flaw in this and said:
“You say you have been a street kid who was adopted by former KANU SG Joseph Kamotho, was James Kanyotu’s PA when Dr Ouko was murdered, a murder you claim to have witnessed yet you say you washed dead bodies and dug graves to survive,” said Miguna.
Miguna also saw an issue with Wajackoyah’s manifesto with Wajackoyah again being pelted with criticism from the exiled lawyer over his claim to remedy the country’s financial problems by selling poison. Miguna said that rather, Wajackoyah should solve the country’s financial problems using reason, logic and vision.
The lawyer also reminded the presidential candidate that countries that have legalized Bhang have not made the substance the main cash crop. He said that in his view these countries are still struggling with underdevelopment and therefore legalizing Bhang cannot lead to any economic paradise.
Among the key agenda in Wajackoyah’s manifesto is the suspension of the constitution and the legalization of bhang in the country.