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"Stop Misleading The Youth" Archbishop Ole Sapit Tells a Renowned Presidential Candidate

Renowned Archbishop Ole Sapit has called out Roots party presidential candidate, George Wajakoyah accusing him of misleading kenyans about his Bhang Manifesto.

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According to the reports given by Ole Sapit, he claimed that it was so unfortunate that the renowned Presidential candidate is currently advocating for Bhang legalisation despite the fact that he allegedly knows the effects of these drugs.

"I would like to call Upon roots presidential candidate to take back his Bhang Manifesto due to the fact that we all know what Bhang can do. It's not a good thing and this is one of the main reasons why we as a country should make sure that we fight it *, he said.

This is happening at the same time when Wajakoyah has claimed that he has Alot of ideas which can be used to solve the increasing cases of unemployment in the country. In his own words, Wajakoyah said that one of the main reasons why the government is fighting him is due to the fact that he wants to bring change.

While reacting to his remarks, kenyans who took to their different social media accounts to express their opinions and suggestions, on the matter have called upon the government to consider looking into the already increasing number of unemployed Youths instead of attacking Wajakoyah who is trying to save the country.

According to the reports given by most Kenyans, they claimed that it was so unfortunate that the government along with other church leaders are currently calling out the renowned Presidential candidate despite the fact that he is just trying to find a solution to the increasing number of unemployed Youths in the country.

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