As the cloc continue to tik and tok, time drawing near for aspirants to gain what they need. All leaders tend to find the best fit type of enticement that will make kenyans to elect him or her in the coming election. The Roots Party leader George Wajackoyah who is a professional lawyer and presidential aspirant in the coming August 9 General Election has made the latest update. He made a vow to legalize bhang if elected the fifth president.
Photo: George Wajackoyah presidential candidate.
An interview the aspirant said that Kenya should see the need of legalizing bhang as it can form the greatest source of income if used in a splendid manner. “The white settlers came here and said that bhang is bad but I don’t see any problem with it. I don’t smoke bhang personally but my son does and I can’t just disown him for that when others are over-indulging in illicit brews,” Prof. Wajackoyah said in an interview on Channel 46.
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