There have been a lot of controversies regarding bhang smoking in Kenya. There has always been a push on which way to take, to legalize it or maintain it as a prohibited drug in the country.
Law Society of Kenya president Nelson Havi has also come in support of it. Tweeting today on Sunday 6, he says that he will legalize the weed be himself.
LSK president during a cleaning process in the streets
"I promise to legalize the holy weed and change the National Anthem to a more transformative tune. It is healthy for the nation." Nelson Havi tweeted.
He tweeted this accompanying it with a video of himself dancing to a reggae music that praised his name. Here's a link to watch the video:https://twitter.com/NelsonHavi/status/1401435298136002560?s=19
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