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‘Watu wataendelea kuvuta bangi hata tukishindwa’ Jaymo Ule Msee

Comedian Jaymo Ule Msee has asked religious leaders to focus on preaching the gospel instead of commenting on politicians.

Jaymo was recently appointed the spokesperson for Roots Party says that Kenyans will still plant and use marijuana even if their presidential candidate George Wajackoyah is not elected president.

The content creator also stated that they will ensure the religious leaders focus on preaching the gospel if elected.

“Mambo ya uvutaji wa bangi we have our laws here that come into play na mambo ya uvutaji na uuzaji wa bangi and as I said before it doesn’t matter whether professor Wajackoyah becomes president or not watu bado wataendelea kuvuta bangi kwa hii nchi. We are saying Kenyans should be able to give feedback on anything that is happening in this country and we are supposed to respond and give our opinion on matters affecting our people. In our regime will fully focus on the journey to heaven,” Jaymo said.

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He has asked religious leaders to research on marijuana matters before giving out their comments.

 “We are appealing to the religious leaders, kindly before you engage in this conversation or before you misinform the masses that follow you kindly do some research. Let us have a sober and well researched conversation. I think we should have a feedback amendment in a religious law to ensure that mtu yeyote anasimama kwa pulpit cannot use it to advance a certain agenda unless it is that of going to heaven,” Jaymo added.

By: Emmaline Owuor