Professor George Wajackoya Education started his school in Busia in 1969 until 1975. His parents divorced and this led him to being a street boy in Nairobi.
A well-wisher found him and took him to school for his O-levels from 1976 and 1979 at City High School in Nairobi.
Wajackoya also trained as a police officer after high school by studying policing and criminal investigation at Kenya Police Training College in Kiganjo.
According to George Wajackoya Education history, he has 17 degrees as follows;
1. Ph.D. at Walden University
2. Studied Post Graduate Diploma in Law at Kenya School of Law
3. Studied Master in Law of USA at the University of Baltimore
4. Studied Master of Law (LLM) at SOAS University of London
5. Studied Master of Philosophy at Walden University
6. Studied Masters of Laws in Law in Development at the University of Warwick, UK
7. Studied Bachelor of Laws at the Universities of Wolverhampton (UK)
8. Studied Advanced Diploma in French at the University of Burundi
9. Studied Diploma in French at the Kenya Institute of Administration
10. Studied Economics & Refugee law at World University Service United Kingdom
11. Studied Laws of Kenya at Riara University
12. Studied Postgraduate Diploma at Maastricht University
13. Studied Legal Practice Course LPC at the University of Westminster, UK
14. Studied Certificate in Comparative Laws at the University of London School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS)
15. Studied Criminal/Civil Litigation at American Heritage University of Southern California
16. Studied Security & Intelligence Studies at CID Training school
17. Studied Policing and Criminal Investigation at Kenya Police Training College, Kiganjo.
He is a lecturer at the United States International University, Africa. Apart from lecturing, he is also the CEO of Luchiri and Co advocates. He has practiced law for over 25 years both in Kenya and the United States.
Wajackoya also worked as a police officer in the Moi era but was forced into exile after testifying against the government over the death of former minister Robert Ouko.