I don’t smoke Marijuana but I will legalize it and do so if you elect me president, says Wajakoyah

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Presidential aspirant Professor George Wajackoyah is once again out to defend his pledge to legalise Marijuana if elected president in the August 9, general elections.

According to Wajakoyah, legalising bhang will help Kenya offset its debts as its commercial value is high.

“Kenya is in debt, and Kenya borrows Sh2 billion every day, and it keeps on borrowing and borrowing. I would like to pay off the Chinese debt and the shortest way to pay it is by legalising and growing Marijuana for commercial and medical purposes,” said Wajakoyah.

However, Wajakoyah who is a lawyer by profession, says he does not smoke bhang but promises to do so once it is legalised under his leadership.

Under his leadership, the presidential hopeful says that he will suspend the constitution for six months to be able to find out what is able to be removed to help eliminate corruption in the country.

“It will be up to Kenyans to look at it and say what they want us to have,” he proceeded.

The 62 year old has 14 degrees and diplomas which he says he acquired to evade him from poverty and depression having been a street child in Nairobi.

Austine Ogalo
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