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Nyamira, Nanyuki, Bunyore produce best cannabis - Wajackoyah

He said they have identified Mt. Kenya region for cannabis cultivation

In Summary

• In an interview with KTN News Wajackoyah stated that 'research' has shown that the best cannabis in the whole world comes from those areas.

• "Nyamira comes first, the second one is around Nanyuki and the third in Bunyore, this is a research from the US statistics, they produce very high quality of cannabis," he said.

Presidential candidate George Wajackoya in Bomet town on Sunday
FILE Presidential candidate George Wajackoya in Bomet town on Sunday
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Roots Party presidential candidate George Wajackoyah said on Thursday, that the best cannabis comes from Nyamira, Nanyuki and Bunyore areas.

In an interview with KTN News, Wajackoyah stated that 'research' has shown that the best cannabis in the whole world comes from those areas.

"Nyamira comes first, the second one is Nanyuki and the third in Bunyore. This is research from the US statistics, the areas produce very high quality of cannabis," he said.

Wajackoyah, who is eyeing the presidential seat, noted that if elected, he will ensure that the products from these areas are sold at high prices to help in restoring the economy.

He said his team has a master plan for ensuring that the marijuana manifesto is fulfilled.

"We have the legal aspect that includes rules and regulations governing it, supervision and we have also identified areas where it will be grown and that will be gazetted," he added.

The Roots party candidate said they have identified the Mt. Kenya region and will be used to plant cannabis on large scale.

"We have also identified North Eastern Kenya since it is sparsely populated," he added.

The Professor has become an internet sensation following his policies on growing marijuana for export, noting that it will create job opportunities for the youth. 

"Roots Party is offering a solution to Kenyans problems which include creating job opportunities for the youths both in the local markets and export sector," Wajackoyah said.