Ian Wanjala, a 22-year old man who emanates from Navakholo, Kakamega county has recently found himself in the wrong arms of the law after he was arrested in possession of 144 bhang plants estimated ksh 20, 000.
Appearing before the area court, the accused told chief magistrate Carol Cheruiyot that he is a law abiding individual who chose to focus in farming as a source of living instead of crime.
What left the court in bemusement and a rife in speculations online is after the accused made it known to the legal fraternity that bhang plays an instrumental role in his life by aiding him positively in tilling his farm.
Meanwhile, it revealed that the suspect was arrested in 24, November 2022 but will know what fate has for him ahead of December, 9th.
Social media users who came across the citizen tv post reporting Wanjala's case couldn't refrain from sharing their opinions.
Some have embraced his defence while others who perceived his deeds illegal have staged an attack against him. See some of the reactions below;
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