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"I Promise To Legalize Marijuana And Change The Tune Of The National Anthem," Nelson Havi Promises

The law society of Kenya president Nelson Havi has supported the legalization of marijuana populary known as the 'holy herb'.

There has been controversies on the legalization and bang consumption in Kenya, most lawmakers have been against the legalization with some defending the legalization of the drug.

Politicians led by the late Kibera MP Ken Okoth and the vocal Senator of Narok Ledama Ole Kina have been spearheading the legalization and the usage of marijuana in the country, they defend the drug having much health benefits considered to side effects.

Today the Law Society Of Kenya president Nelson Havi took to his official Twitter page an promised to legalize the drug and change the tune of the national anthem.

"I promise to legalize the holy weed and change the National Anthem to a more transformative tune. It is healthy for the nation."

His tweet faced alot of concerns from netizens, with some supporting the legalization with some warning him over the issue.

Below are some of the reactions from netizens;

Eng. Benson Omar-You’ve been unable to reform LSK, yet you’re here dreaming & promising of bigger things!!!!!! How can you be trusted?????????

Gumow magmag- legalise the destructive weed and changing national anthem to reggae is amongst the least of our problems. Our main concern is the economy

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