Kenyans have been warned against sharing a viral video showing a minor snoking marijuana and endorsing presidential candidate George Wajackoya. The viral video captured on social media shows a minor smoking marijuana while endorsing Wajackoya. The National Police service has responded to the video sending a strong warning to the public against sharing the video online. The police service has warned that sharing the video equals spreading the perception that marijuana is legal in the country. Presidential candidate George Wajackoya has elicited mixed reactions in the country since his presidential candidature was approved.
The police has been strong against the spread of the marijuana idea to the public and has warned the public of the same today. The minor un the viral vude os yet to be identified and the video recorder is also unknown. The police might take action against the video recorder and the people who are sharing the video online.
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