Narok senator Ledama Ole Kina has been advocating for the legalisation of weed/bhang or better known as cannabis sativa. The youthful senator has even presented his case before the Senate as he seeks to have the substance legalized for commercial purposes.
Today while meeting with former councilors, senator Ledama wore a shirt with the imprints of weed on it. This proving the senator is seriously advocating for the legalisation of the now illegal substance. The senator didn't even cover the imprint on his shirt instead he stood tall wearing it.
For years now, smoking of bhang/weed is considered illegal and as the users are being held up in correctional facilities across the country, it's almost like the country will never legalize the substance. Also before the late Kibra MP Ken Okoth passed away, he had tabled a bill in the national assembly asking for the government to legalize bhang.
Even though he died before his prime, other leaders like Ledama Ole Kina seem keen to continue the fight of it's legalisation.
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