Prof George Wajackoyah continues to cause political wave in Kenyan politics. He has mastered the art of creating a national agenda either through controversy or strategic timing. His marijuana endorsement has seen him be publicized by friends and foes alike.
Today he has stolen the show from Kenya Kwanza coalition by having a simultaneous manifesto launch. It was supposed to be a day of Ruto and his team. Wajackoyah has crept in and decided to share the airtime. Most televisions are now showing split screen of the two launches. It is a case of strategic timing by the Roots Party presidential candidate.
The launch has been attended by Rastafarians who have time and again advocated for the legalization of Marijuana. Wajackoyah even brought Professor Ogot to give academic backing of his marijuana themed plan. Below are photos of Rastafarians attending the event. All photos are courtesy of Capital FM Kenya.
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