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While waiting for hemp to grow, Wajackoyah provides an alternative source of income.

Today is a historic day in Kenyan history, as two presidential candidates launch their manifestos at the same time. Deputy President William Ruto is launching his manifesto at Kasarani Stadium, while Roots Party presidential aspirant Professor George Wajackoyah is launching his agenda at the Kenya International Convention Centre in Nairobi.

The Roots party leader says that after the August elections, Kenyans will be working hard to restore the country, and that he will use the gold that his daughter bought for him when she passed her exam as an alternative while we wait for hemp to grow.

Wajackoyah went on to say that he will focus on agriculture, rather than the constitution, which he wonders who wrote and for whom because it only benefits Kenya’s wealthy.

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