George Wajackoya's big day was set for today as he was launching his manifesto that will be his stepping stone to the August 9th elections. Wajackoya conducted his presidential manifesto launch at the KICC to address his plan for the country once elected. As expected, Wajackoya held new faces of the media after a group of rastafarian were seen attending Wajackoya's launch. A group young men with rasta were seen attending the manifesto launch.
Wajackoya's marijuana legalisation has attracted much following from Kenyans who are buying the idea from him. Despite receiving much criticism from other political leaders and Kenyans. Wajackoya has upheld his marijuana manifesto calling for Kenyans to elect him to save the country's economy. Wajackoya has been promising a better Kenya under marijuana and his plea has not been recieved well by the law abiding citizens. His manifesto which was conducted at the KICC came the same day as Ruto's Kenya kwanza manifesto.
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