• Wajackoyah said once he takes over as the next president he will fix the ailing economy.
• He further said he will convert Kenya's economy to 24/7 hour economy to create more jobs in the country.
Roots party presidential candidate George Wajackoyah on Friday took his presidential campaigns to Vihiga County.
Wajackoyah promised the residents that he will fix the ailing economy if elected president in the August polls.
He reiterated that he will legalize marijuana farming in the county to help him fix Kenya's economy.
"We shall invest heavily in bhang farming so that to generate more funds to sustain our economy," Wajackoyah said.
The Roots party leader was speaking in Luanda town where he urged the locals to vote for him in the August 9 general election.
He further said he will convert Kenya's economy to a 24/7 hour economy to create more jobs in the country.
"We shall have our 24/7 hour economy where people will report on duty from 8 am to 2 pm, from 2 pm to 10 pm then 10 pm to 8 am," he said.
Wajackoyah made several stopovers in Vihiga County starting from Chavakali, in Sabatia sub-county, Mbale in Vihiga sub-county, Kima, Ebusakami and Luanda in Luanda sub-county before proceeding to Yala.