The growing hype about Roots presidential candidate George Wajackoyah on Sunday, June 26 rose a notch after his supporters presented him with actual raw bhang at a campaign rally elected in the Nyanza.
Wajakhoya has taken his campaigns to western Kenya, where he is trying to get more voters into his basket ahead of the August elections. The popular presidential candidate has promised to legalize the bhang if elected as the 5th district president.
According to him, this rare and banned plant will help alleviate Kenya's current debt, which has taken a heavy toll on the economy. Churches and leaders have warned young Kenyans not to fall for his evil plans. Many have said that the original party presidential candidate George Wajakhoya is a state project to end the influence of Ruto youth.
Wajakhoya im a final poll managed to gain an astounding 7 percent of the Nairobi vote. It has sparked an outcry online with netizens saying he could also be forced out of the presidential election if he gains more than a million votes.
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