Today is July 1st, the long awaited general election of Kenya keeps on approaching. Kenyans will have a privilege to decide in favor of six elective seats. This year, Kenyans will have four presidential candidates in the ballot. This four presidential candidates includes the current serving Deputy president of Kenya William Samoei Ruto, official opposition leader Raila Odinga, David Wahiga and professor George Wajackoya.
Most of this presidential candidates have launched their manifesto. Professor George Wajackoya and Deputy president William Ruto launched their manifesto yesterday. George Wajackoya has different manifesto from other competitors. His manifesto is to legalize bhang for medicinal purposes and export it to pay all loans of Kenya, introduce snake farming in Kenya, suspend some parts of the constitution, weekends to start on Friday and others. Nation today published a hilarious cartoon showing the presidential candidates manifesto. Kenyans have hilarious reacted as follows.
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