Wajackoyah is criticized by Pastor Nganga for his marijuana policy.

If elected president in the August elections, George Wajackoyah’s promise to legalize marijuana has drawn criticism from Pastor James Ng’ang’a of the Roots Party.

Pastor Ng’ang’a condemned Wajackoyah’s goal in a viral video that was extensively shared, warning it would seriously harm young people’s morals and the Kenyan public.

Pastor Ng’ang’a warned Wajackoyah in stern tones that his manifesto was illegal and that he should respect Kenya because it is a Christian nation.

“Nimesema katika jina la yesu hautaleta laana Kenya ya kuua watoto na bangi. Give us respect Kenya is a Christian country, and there are some things we cannot allow you to do,” said Ng’ang’a while addressing his brethren in a church service.

The pastor of the Neno Evangelism church further threatened Wajackoyah with a fight, saying he would do everything it took to halt the marijuana agenda.

“You are my junior, which I will not tolerate since I am 69 years old and you are 62. I will attack you, and if we collide, either you or I will lose all of our teeth “the pastor stated.

Additionally, he characterized Wajackoyah as apathetic, rejecting a claim made in his manifesto that hyenas and snakes are valuable animals.

Wajackoyah had proposed that Kenya export hyena flesh and testicles in an effort to raise money to help pay off the nation’s mounting public debt.

“Unasema ati Kenya tupande bangi, tukate wanyama sehemu za siri. You clearly don’t care but we will show you how to care.”

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Written by Esther Oyugi

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