Wajackoya's running-mate Justina Wamae has stolen show during the deputy presidential debate at the Catholic University of East Africa as she spoke on the number of times she has smoked bhang in his life.
Justina said that she has never smoked bhang in her and and she will never do that.
She said that when Roots party forms the next government, a type of bhang known as CBD ( Cannabis Cannabis) is industrial hemp which the party advocates for.
Wamae justified the bhang manifesto as she suggested if the Galana Kulalu irrigation scheme alone can be used for bhang growing, then the country will earn multi million dollars which will be used to pay off the country's debt.
She said that a country such as Jamaica is doing very well in terms of GDP and that is attributed to the legalization of bhang.
Her competitor Ruth Mutua ( Agano party ) held that of bhang is legalized, then the country will be lost.
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