Poots party leader Hon George Wajackoyah pleads president uhuru Kenyatta to set free all prisoner who were jailed due to bhang smoking, according to what Wajackoyah request president uhuru to do, it is clear that bhang will be regalised if Hon Wajackoyah qualifies to be the next president of kenya.
It is impossible to set free bhang smoker since many climinal activities will increase in our economic state, suprisingly Wajackoyah fails to understand that bhang addiction changes many peoples mind, despite that hallucinations is the main challenge in drug abuser's.
People should think twice before they make a decision of selecting a leader, however we should consider a leader who will bring positive changes in our economy. In kenya bhang is prohibited but it is still a challenge to our youths, what will happen if it is legalized?. Please share like follow and comment this news as you mantain peace in advance during this election episode.
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