This evening the Roots party presidential candidate George Wajackoyah and his running mate Justina Wamboi were in an interview at Citizen TV explaining their mission for Kenya. George Wajackoyah is among the 4 presidential candidates who have been cleared by IEBC.
According to him, he believes Marijuana growth and exportation is the key to unlock the Economy of Kenya. "My first mission as a president will be to legalised Marijuana "Wajackoyah during his interview in Citizen TV.
Other countries that have legalized the commercial use and export of cannabis in Africa are Lesotho, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The Cannabis sativa has been proved to have over 50,0000 industrial use including as an alternative to paper cardboard, cotton and medicinal purpose.
Wajackoyah also said his other mission would be to start snake farming in wholesale and extract poison from the snakes, export the poison for medical use.
These two Forms of Agriculture Wajackoyah believes are going to liberate Kenya from debts and stabilise the economy.
What is your view on legalisation of Marijuana and snake farming?
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