The Roots Party leader George Wajackoyah has been gaining massive supporters all over the country. Since he was cleared by the IEBC for the presidential race, Wajackoyah has been pushing his manifesto on marijuana legalization.
According to Wajackoyah, Marijuana and snake farming can help citizens and the nation to gain financial stability. Today while he was campaigning at Kisumu, he lamented that if He or Raila wins the presidential seat, all will be well.
Today he has left the crowd jubilating while he was campaigning by requesting president Uhuru Kenyatta to burdon and release individuals who were imprisoned for possession of bhang.
According to Wajackoyah, marijuana farming is the only way to clear the country's debt and help the jobless youths get finances. Here are some of the photos from wajackoyah's campaign today obtained by a video shared by TheStarKenya.
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