Social users have taken to social media pages to express their opinions towards the highly awaited Roots party conference in unveiling their campaign manifestos.
Some of the netizens made funny comments towards Wajackhoya's big day as he is expected to announce the party's agendas.
"Surely marijuana is being promoted live and police turning a blind eye. I have never heard of marijuana economy", Onyango Odongo made a funny comment.
Some of the netizens found Wajackhoya's 'weed' agenda as unworthy and should not be publily promoted by the local media stations.
"Why are these people talking so freely about marijuana which is illegal in Kenya and every authority is quiet? Parents, spiritual leaders rise up and let’s speak out", Jean Ndambiri claimed.
Some netizens also linked Wajackhoya to be a state project who is being promoted to derail Ruto's political ambitions.
"Wajackoyah can't afford to pay KICC this is a Government project to spoil Ruto votes", Kevin Balvin claimed.
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