You are petty, defiant Justina hits back on summon by Roots Party

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Roots Party presidential running mate Justina Wamae has hit back on his party leader George Wajackoya after he summoned her for a disciplinary hearing.

Wamae took to social media and accused Wajackoya of being petty.

She defended herself saying that she was only speaking on behalf of the party and that she will not respond to such pettiness.

I will not respond to pettiness .But on the non existence accommodation and car you imagined you ‘assisted ‘ me with you can withdraw in the your dreams .It is your party do what you deem fit ,I will soldier on

Justina Wamae

“I will not respond to pettiness .But on the non existence accommodation and car you imagined you ‘assisted ‘ me with you can withdraw in the your dreams .It is your party do what you deem fit ,I will soldier on,” she tweeted.

The Summon

Wamae was summoned after allegations that she made statements which contradicted with the party’s policies and stands.

You have associated yourself with our opponents and advocated for their ideologies. Due to your misrepresentation of the party’s stand, it has differed public ridicule and disrepute

Washika Washira

This comes just after she responded to the the supposed say that her party leader ,George Wajakoyah was supporting the Azimio la Umoja party in the presidential race .

Roots Party director , Washika Wachira stated that her utterance was a dishonor to the party and the public in general.

“You have associated yourself with our opponents and advocated for their ideologies. Due to your misrepresentation of the party’s stand, it has differed public ridicule and disrepute,” said Wachira.

Justina was set to face the disciplinary committee on Friday, August 26th at 2.30pm.

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