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“I will introduce snake farming if elected president” – George Wajackoya

Presidential candidate George Luchiri Wajackoya has won hearts of many with his great manifestos during an interview on Citizen TV on Wednesday,June 8.

Former police officer has amused Kenyans by his proposed style of leadership if he becomes the president.

Wajackoya promised to legalize marijuana and have it planted everywhere as a means to improve the country’s economy following the plants price globally.

During the interview on Citizen TV the presidential candidate left everyone talking after he said that he will instruct Kenyans to catch snakes and rear them so that they can be sold to China in order to clear their debts.

“We will extract poison from snakes and sell it as medicinal and give the dead snake to China to clear our debts,”said Wajackoya.

Here is the full interview,

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