NARC Kenya party leader Martha Karua on Saturday, November 6 stated the source of her courage and political willpower upon being asked if she smokes bhang.
In a video shared by activist Boniface Mwangi on Twitter, Karua said that bhang became popular with the current generation adding that the drug was not around when she was growing up.
"Martha, did you smoke weed when you were young?" Mwangi asked to which Karua replied, "there was no weed when I grew up, the weed came with your generation."
The NARC Kenya party leader then told Mwangi that her courage is inborn adding that she shares the same virtue with her grandmother.
"It's inborn. I do not have to live on my knees. I arrived like this," she said while twirling.
"And my grandmother before me was exactly if not more. And she was a graduate of the social schools, not formal ones," she added.
Mwangi and Karua are in Zanzibar, Tanzania to celebrate the life and legacy of the late Malim Seif, a leader in the fight for democratic space in Tanzania.