Roots party presidential flagbearer Prof. George Wajackoyah has taken his campaigns to different clubs in Kiambu county.
In a video shared by the party's spokesperson and head of social media, Wilson Muirani Gathoni, alias Jaymo Ule Msee, the presidential hopeful is seen enjoying the tunes of reggae music in a club.
While dancing reggae music, Wajackoyah also urged his supporters to remember his manifestos which include the legalization of bhang.
Jaymo also shared posters of the venues in a poster handle.
"Tonight the 5th will interact with his supporters in the following locations --->>> Whiskey River , Paris Lounge & Bamboo Cask Lounge " the poster reads.
Wajackoyah bhang manifesto
Wajackoyah came into the limelight after he promised to legalize bhang.
If elected president, Wajackoyah noted that he will legalize the plant, and foresee its growth and sale to not only increase money circulation in the economy but also help settle Kenya’s international and domestic debts.
According to the candidate, the substance, which he claims to have never used, remains the country's gold that needs to be exploited to catalyze the country’s stagnating economic growth.