It was not a surprise that Weed was the word of the day in Yesterday's Roots Party Manifesto launch. It goes down in the history books as one of the most beautiful launches ever in Kenyan history. It had a different vibe all along of reggae music and was conducted in a rather welcoming way.
Professor Wajakoyah of Weed party is one of the contestant eying the presidency in Kenya on the forthcoming general elections set to take place August this year, he is running alongside Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance presidential flagbearer Raila Odinga and Kenya Kwanza coalition leader William Samoei Ruto.
I/CSpeaking to Kenyans through the media, presidential candidate Wajackoyah has released his 8 points manifesto that he will put into place once elected as the 5th president of Kenya. Below is a list:- 1. Legalize Weed According to him, one acre of the product can fetch 78 dollars in 6 months and hence if grown for commercial use " Nyeri county has 58 acres earning 45 billion as dollars" Says Wajackoyah".
Political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi.Photo courtesy.In memory of the late Kibera member of parliament Hon.Ken Okoth, controversial political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has advised the country to legalize weed.Weed is the other name for bhang.He has further accused the Ruto allies alleging that they fought the bill in the parliament.
"Cannabis Sativa"this is the scientific name for Marijuana,Weed or Bhang .It is an unfortunate but sad truth that it leads to psychosis.In most cases Psychosis is usually permanent. No According to a study made by NACADA in 2019,Most school going children between the ages of (6-18) are abusing drugs,Top on the list of those drugs being Weed,despite it being illegal in Kenya
Alcohol is dangerous when taken in excess, we should all regulate our drinking habits. Alcohol is more harmful to the body when mixed with the following three things. 1. Energy drinks Energy drinks contain caffeine which tends to give the body more energy. People who mix alcohol with energy drinks always drink more because the energy drinks produce more energy.
Drug abuse and drug trafficking cases have become so common nowadays and such cases have been ignored for the longest time now. Drugs are mostly being used by these celebrities more than the common citizens. Weed is one of the commonly used drug today most people have grown to love weed.
Senator Ledama Olekina has once again hit the social media networks by talking about some of the things which most Kenyans wouldn't like to hear. Speaking on jalango television, he said that the main reason as to why the Luhya nation has never had a president coming out of their tribe is because they were not united. He said that this was because everyone wanted to benefit on their own if a leader of particular tribe was in power. According to him, he said that Bhang commonly referred to as Weed should be
Senator Ledama Olekina on twitter has congratulated President Uhuru Kenyatta for allowing bars to start their business and close at 10 pm.He continued by requesting President Uhuru to Legalize weed. This is what he posted on twitter, "Good! Now legalize Weed! Then life will be good!! https://t.co/zpj9oRejQl." Fans reactions on Twitter, Wekesa:@ledamalekina with due respect that's misleading.Legalizing weed will make already affected population more vulnerable to poverty&https://t.co/iHkxEPfd9n is already being
Every year on April 20, cannabis smokers always celebrate the world cannabis day.On this year's celebration, Mutahi Ngunyi who is a Kenyan political analyst urged the Government to legalize marijuana in Kenya.According to Mutahi Ngunyi, legalizing marijuana will be a good way of honouring the late Kibra MP Ken Okoth who wanted the Government to legalize marijuana in Kenya and presented the bill in Parliament in 2018.
Its no secret that weed is now more popular than cigarettes especially among the youth.While i am definately pro legalize here are 3 reasons why you should consinder taking a tolerance break. 1.Tolerance reset- Especially among heavy smokers who require higher doses or stronger stashes a T-Break will definately bring you back to nomalcy.Being ****ed up from the first puff. 2.Back to reality- Getting high takes you to another planet.Getting high all the time keeps you in that planet.Sometines however it is a
It is always said that the youths or children of today are the future leaders of tomorrow, but in Kenya is like things are going out of hand, and very soon we will lack wise leaders and leaders who can make our country grow. One of the core reason why Iam saying this is that, the current generation is a lost Generation, is a generation where bad boys and girls are more respected in the society, as compared to the good ones. Weed is slowly taking over the Kenyans youths. Nowdays if you are over 18 years and you
As we all know, in some parts of the world, possession of Weed is considered a punishable offence and could lead to huge fine or even sent behind bars.
1. Leave a job because it makes you feel bad, even when you don't have a higher paying one waiting for you. 2. Crossing some sexual boundaries. 3. Weed. 4. Give someone the taste of their own medicine. 5. Go MIA. 6. Return the food because you didn’t like it. 7. Intermittent fasting. 8. Weight lifting, regularly and diligently for 6months. 9. Unfriending the people you don't like. I mean known people. People you dont have the best rapport with. They'll respect you more, trust me. 10. Animal care. 11. Chan
Today (April 20) was world cannabis day and Mutahi Ngunyi who is a Kenyan political analyst wants the government to legalize the use of marijuana in the country.According to Mutahi Ngunyi, he thinks that this can be the best way to honour the late Kibra Member of Parliament Ken Okoth.