George Luchiri Wajackoyah is one of the the most educated African with 14 degrees and several diploma courses. The middle aged man has eaten the book more than any other Kenyan,he is a lawyer by profession.
In his Facebook page,Luchiri has listed all his degree programs, which has made other think they have not schooled yet.
- Studied Post Graduate Diploma in Law at Kenya School of Law
- Studied Laws of kenya at Riara University
- Studied Masters in Law of USA at University of Baltimore
- Studied Masters of Law (LLM) at SOAS University of London
- Studies Criminal/Civil Litigation at American Heritage University of Southern California
- Studied Economics &
- Refugee law at World University Service united Kingdom
- Studied Legal Practice Course LPC at University of Westminster, UK
- Studied Masters of Laws in Law in Development at University of Warwick, UK
- Studied Certificate in Comperative Laws at University of London School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS)
- Studied Bachelor of Laws at Universities of Wolverhampton (UK)
- Studied Advanced Diplome in French at University of Burundi
- Studied Diploma in French at Kenya Institute of Administration
- Studied Intelligence studies at CID Training school south c
Lawyer George Wajakoya’s passion is to fight for the rights of immigrants and Kenyans in the diaspora.
Wajakoya, who is currently studying Immigration Law at the University of Nairobi, says they are the first law firm in the region to offer immigration law.
The professor says he is very passionate and at one point, he became the best immigration lawyer in the UK, further adding that he has two degrees in immigration.
So far, Wajakoya has handled several high-profile asylum cases, including the recent case where he represented Dr Stella Nyanzi, who was seeking refugee status.
Prof. Wajackoyah, 57, was born in Western and abandoned by his parents after they divorced while he was at the age of 16 years.
Lucky enough, the lawyer-cum-politician found a good samaritan who paid for his secondary education and proceeded to join St. Peter’s Mumias Boys High school for his A-levels.
However, after rising through the ranks and being deployed as part of former President Mwai Kibaki‘s security detail, his joy was short-lived.
When the late Foreign Affairs Minister Dr. Robert Ouko was murdered on February 12, 1990, Wajackoyah as an Inspector, was placed in charge of collecting intelligence on suspected killers until his professional inquisitiveness led to his arrest, detention and severe torture.
Luck was on his side again after some Americans helped him out of detention and flew him out of the country to the UK where he began his life in exile.
He dedicated his time to studying law and paid for his fees through digging graves, adding that his eyes were always red because of work and study only.