Activist Boniface Mwangi has offered to support the appeal of Emmanuel Chacha,who was imprisoned for life after he was found trafficking one hundred and fifty five rolls of bhang,which was equivalent to twenty five thousand two hundred and fifty shillings.
"Emmanuel Chacha was jailed for life for trafficking 155 rolls of bhang worth twenty three thousand two hundred and fifty shillings,and I offer to support his appeal at the court.Kenya needs to legalize bhang.Life sentences should be for rapists,armed robbers,murderers and economic criminals" Boniface Mwangi tweet.
Activist Boniface Mwangi further requested Haki Africa to confirm whether the convict was in jail adding that the government should legalize bhang.
Activist Boniface Mwangi further added that life sentences should be enforced to rapists,armed robbers, murderers and economic criminals.
Emmanuel Chacha had appeared before Mombasa law courts in May 2018.
Activist Boniface Mwangi has been on the forefront advocating for good governance and human rights.
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