With only 39 days to the August general elections, politicians have been traversing different regions in the vote-hunting mission.
As if that is not enough, the presidential candidate George Wajackoyah together with her running mate Justine Wa Maai has participated in the dance too.
The Root party presidential candidate through his minister for marijuana Okot Gwada has promised that their government will legalize the bhang since it will be of great benefit to the Kenyans economy.
The Root party believes that legalization of the hemp will allow everyone to have sufficient money in their pockets hence reducing poverty.
Will Wajackoyah pull a surprise in the August election by causing a runoff?
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