George Wajackoyah's former running mate Justina Wamae is once again seeking a job opportunity in President-elect William Ruto's government.
Wamae begged Ruto for a job while congratulating him following the Supreme Court's verdict to uphold his win as declared by Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) on August 15.
"Justina Wamae is humbled, thank you Mr President @WilliamsRuto & @rigathi. The bible says, speak the truth, my truth is naomba kazi. Am ready to serve @SingoeiAKorir," Justina Wamae tweeted.
Justina Wamae begged for job before
It's the second time that Wajackoyah's estranged former running mate is publicly begging the President-elect to give her a job in his government.
Days after IEBC declared Ruto as the President-elect, Wamae expressed her interest in serving as a minister in the Kenya Kwanza'a administration ahead of the Supreme Court's verdict.
Wamae fell out with Wajackoyah shortly after pleading for a job in Ruto's incoming administration. Roots Party stripped her of powers to run its affairs and appointed Yagnik Vinod Ramji as the party’s deputy in an acting capacity.
The decision was made through a resolution by the party’s National Executive Council (NEC) in a meeting held at the party offices in Karen, Nairobi.
“Following a resolution by the Roots Party NEC in a meeting held at the head office, we confirm the appointment of new party officials among them Yagnik Vinod Ramji as the deputy party leader,” Roots party said in a gazette notice.