Every politician is making manifestos that they will use to get into power come the August 9th general elections. One person who has really gotten the attention of Kenyans is Roots Party Presidential Candidate, George Wajakoyah.
Yesterday night was the launch of the Roots Party manifesto which happened at KICC. Wajakoyah together with his running mate were present to present the manifesto to the people of Kenya. The manifesto included what he has been preaching on his campaigns on legalizing and growing bhang so that it could pay Kenya's overwhelming debt.
Yesterday, Wajakoyah gave out another plan of what he will do when elected president, that really brought a debate. Wajakoyah pledges that he will export dog and hyena meat to foreign countries that consume the meat. Defending his pledge, Wajakoyah stated that there is a surplus in dogs in our country. He went ahead and said that when the Chinese people came into our country, they have been Killing and eating dog meat.
Also, he said that Kenya doesn't need hyenas. 'Nitaexport Makende ya fisi,' Wajakoyah stated. The hyena meat will be exported in the Chinese market because the highly consume the meat. He went ahead and said that the chinese uses hyenas testicles as medicine and a testicle cost 6 million shillings.
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