Roots party Presidential candidate Prof George Wajackoyah is not playing around when it comes to his manifesto.
Among the promises to legalize bhang production in Kenya and his pledges to do away with the Chinese debts through ways such as selling them hyena meat, the scholar has returned with a new promise.
The aspiring president has promised to free those who are in jail over bhang possession. That's not all, he has also promised to give each of them Ksh 1 million as a compensation for time spent behind bars.
As if that is not enough, Wajackoyah has also promised that these same people will then be asked for their forgiveness for the punishment they have gone through.
Not forgetting our law enforcers, the Roots party leader has promised to cultivate a good relationship between the police officers and the weed smokers once elected in the office.
All these are included in his hillarious manifesto.
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