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Wajackoyah Now Lands The Support of Jamaican Popular Artist in his Push for Bhang Legalization

Roots leader George Wajackoyah has landed the support of the famous Jamaican-American reggae singer Tarrus Riley in his push for the legalization of bhang in Kenya.

According to reports by Tuko News, Tarrus who is well known for his song titled "just the way we are" has stated that weed need to be legalized.

From his angle point of view while sharing his thoughts on the Roots Party presidential candidate George Wajackoyah's bhang manifesto, he has pointed out human to be more legal than bhang or rather weed which many African countries are always much against.

As per Wajackoyah's views as he eyes for the country's top political seat, bhang is one thing that his government will give much attention of at all he wins the August presidential election.

According to him, the growth of the highly branded illegal drug in large scale will help in clearing the huge debts that Kenya owes foreign countries.

That will be supplemented with the rearing and exportation of dogs and snakes in large scale to foreign countries as they could earn the country more income to help settle on the debts.

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