Kajiado senator Ledama Ole Kina has hinted today that he might support a bill that will legalize marijuana in Kenya,through his official twitter account the law maker disclosed that if law abiding citizens are in need of marijuana then parliament should legalize it,this shows that if an law maker brings marijuana bill and its tabled he will openly support.
Two years ago Kibera law maker(late) Ken Okoth tried to persuade national assembly to legalize weed but was shot down by Jubilee legislators saying that it will increase moral decay within the society,with Ledama being involved,owing his boldness in the senate Ledama could try and find a moderate way of discussing the bill until it passes.
Already their is increased pressure from social media users who are asking law makers to put a motion in parliament which will legalize weed only for those who posses permits should be given a go ahead of using,such motion will bring an uproar from moral cops who will see that as going against traditional believes.
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