As we approach the general elections, those politicians eyeing different positions are using every means possible to entice citizens. The race to State House seems to have intensified with the Roots Party presidential candidate Professor George Wajackoyah giving amazing promises to Kenyans.
According to KTN News Wajackoyah, yesterday indicated that if elected as Kenya's fifth Head of State he will ensure Kenya Exports Hyena and dog meat to China. He went ahead and said that the Chinese use hyena testicles as medicine and one testicle cost around 6 million.
We shall export hyena meat to China. 1000 Hyenas have 2000 testicles. Chinese people use these testicles as medicine. One testicle costs 6 million shillings. It is much more than ganja. We shall export the testicles, dog meat, and hyenas.
In my view, Wajackoyah has good ideas. We need implementation if he wins the upcoming presidential election.
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