Prof. George Wajackoyah, a presidential candidate for the Roots Party, has once more stirred up controversy on social media by declaring he will also be exporting dog meat to pay off Chinese debt.
Wajackoyah initially declared that his government will make snake farming and marijuana cultivation legal in order to reduce the enormous Chinese debt that President Uhuru Kenyatta’s administration has racked up.
According to Wajackoya, “my government will export dogs and snakes to earn more money to pay off the nation’s obligations.”
As he reiterated his pledge to legalize marijuana cultivation, Wajackoyah was joined by his running mate, Justina Wamae. He said that his administration would produce marijuana on the 4,494.8 hectares of the Mumias Sugar Company’s core estate.
The presidential contender further declared that his government would expel Chinese nationals living in Kenya who, in his opinion, had profited at the expense of Kenyans by seizing lucrative chances.
If I’m elected, I’ll deport Chinese nationals who have taken work here, he declared.