Presidential aspirant and Roots party leader George Wajackoyah met with Reggae Legend Rich Spice at Citizen TV studios, Tuesday, May 24.
Just as you would expect the Roots party leader could not hide his excitement in meeting the reggae artist who he described as his brother.
Richie Spice will be headlining the ‘Good Vibes Festival’ which will take place at the Kenya International Convention Centre (KICC) on Saturday, May, 27th. The reggae icon is making a return to Kenya after his last performance in 2019 where he thrilled fans at a jam-packed show.
During the last presidential election, Wajackoyah could be seen playing Richie Spice’s ‘Youth Dem Cold’ to inspire the youth.
“During the last election when I ran for president, it’s his (Richie Spice) music that was inspiring the youth. So if you saw millions of youth carrying their hands up, it was his music,” said Wajackoyah.
Wajackoyah further revealed to Richie Spice about a Marijuana farm he claims to own in Montego Bay, Jamaica.
Reggae artist Luciano, who is also his friend, was another artist who inspired the youth during the presidential race.
Wajackoyah shared numerous images showing him alongside the iconic singer at Citizen TV studios. He is among the guests scheduled to attend the concert by the Jamaican legend.