Catholic bishops have gone against political leaders seeking elective posts with manifestos aimed at drug legalization. They have asked Kenyans to be sensitive when choosing their leaders and avoid those who want to interfere with morals of the society. Prof Wajackoyah is among the leaders who want to legalize drugs usage in the country. He had promised that he will legalize the use of Cannabis sativa and start snake farming if elected in August election.
According to NTV Kenya, Wajackoyah has responded back at clergy, asking his followers to boycott churches that are going against their will. Roots Party Presidential candidate George Wajackoyah go against the decision by different churches especially Catholic Church for trying to interfere with Democratic right of Kenyans. The presidential candidate has centred his manifesto on the legalization of bhang and the subsequent commercial farming of the herb, where churches opposed it, saying it encouraged immorality.
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