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Kelvin Onyango
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‘WAJACKOYAH ,THE GANJA PRESIDENT’.

The idea by wajackoyah legalising bhang has been a quite a debate now but the question is,is it pure fabricated lies or an eye-opening to Kenya and Kenyans .is it time for Kenyans now to embrace time and change?should they change their mindset on how they look at marijuana? Should they start looking at marijuana farming as an opportunity to expand the local industry?what are your thoughts.

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  1. Brenda Gutu
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    Honestly, I've been quite intrigued by his way of thinking. In light of the number of job applications I have done in the past decade whose efforts have been barely successful, I have considered Wajackoyah's claims to financial freedom... I have however been a bit skeptical on the initial costs of pRead more

    Honestly, I’ve been quite intrigued by his way of thinking. In light of the number of job applications I have done in the past decade whose efforts have been barely successful, I have considered Wajackoyah’s claims to financial freedom… I have however been a bit skeptical on the initial costs of producing high quality/grade yield of marijuana for export. If it is not as much as I have spent on job applications or just slightly higher, it looks like a venture I may as well consider!
    I have also been skeptical of the fact that, if such a project was to gain popularity in Kenya, do you think the benefits would directly reach us? I think the rich people would be the first beneficiaries… The poor would definitely make it as they would get jobs in their farms?
    In the process of paying foreign debt, I think still the rich will get richer, the poor will get poorer.
    So sometimes I tend to think Wajackoyah should just say he is going to legalize the local use of bhang as a recreational drug instead of saying how he will liberate the country from debt. The former is more appealing to think about, the latter makes me bite my lower lip thinking that if this succeeds then it will be the rich who have resources like land and capital who benefit first.
    Anyways, I wonder how legalising weed for local use is going to free poor Kenyans from poverty? On legalising it’s planting for export, how long is the effect going to trickle down to reach poor Kenyans?
    Honestly, Wajackoyah’s views kind of appeal blindly to Kenyans like me who are educated and jobless. After all , he is a Professor, right? He should know what he is saying right!?
    Let me just say this, if he shows us exactly how this marijuana planting thing is not going to oppress poor Kenyans then I’m in… Like every community program, he should be telling us how it is going to be articulated so that to not create other problems while trying to solve foreign debt. On that, he should employ community psychologists like myself who can help with research and beneficiary involvement!

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  1. Brenda Gutu
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    This answer was edited.

    Honestly, I've been quite intrigued by his way of thinking. In light of the number of job applications I have done in the past decade whose efforts have been barely successful, I have considered Wajackoyah's claims to financial freedom... I have however been a bit skeptical on the initial costs of pRead more

    Honestly, I’ve been quite intrigued by his way of thinking. In light of the number of job applications I have done in the past decade whose efforts have been barely successful, I have considered Wajackoyah’s claims to financial freedom… I have however been a bit skeptical on the initial costs of producing high quality/grade yield of marijuana for export. If it is not as much as I have spent on job applications or just slightly higher, it looks like a venture I may as well consider!
    I have also been skeptical of the fact that, if such a project was to gain popularity in Kenya, do you think the benefits would directly reach us? I think the rich people would be the first beneficiaries… The poor would definitely make it as they would get jobs in their farms?
    In the process of paying foreign debt, I think still the rich will get richer, the poor will get poorer.
    So sometimes I tend to think Wajackoyah should just say he is going to legalize the local use of bhang as a recreational drug instead of saying how he will liberate the country from debt. The former is more appealing to think about, the latter makes me bite my lower lip thinking that if this succeeds then it will be the rich who have resources like land and capital who benefit first.
    Anyways, I wonder how legalising weed for local use is going to free poor Kenyans from poverty? On legalising it’s planting for export, how long is the effect going to trickle down to reach poor Kenyans?
    Honestly, Wajackoyah’s views kind of appeal blindly to Kenyans like me who are educated and jobless. After all , he is a Professor, right? He should know what he is saying right!?
    Let me just say this, if he shows us exactly how this marijuana planting thing is not going to oppress poor Kenyans then I’m in… Like every community program, he should be telling us how it is going to be articulated so that to not create other problems while trying to solve foreign debt. On that, he should employ community psychologists like myself who can help with research and beneficiary involvement!

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  2. Marijuana is good in so many ways. I really wish the government would legalise it and farm it as well. It's the world's most commonly cultivated, trafficked, and used drug; as the push for legalization in Kenya ,marijuana is garnering significant attention from investors, manufacturers, and researchRead more

    Marijuana is good in so many ways. I really wish the government would legalise it and farm it as well.
    It’s the world’s most commonly cultivated, trafficked, and used drug; as the push for legalization in Kenya ,marijuana is garnering significant attention from investors, manufacturers, and researchers.

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  1. Wajackoyah legalising bhang ,snake growing,fighting corruption is all a pipe dream.

    Wajackoyah legalising bhang ,snake growing,fighting corruption is all a pipe dream.

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