Pastor James Ng’ang’a has lashed out at Roots Party flagbearer George Wajackoyah over his plan to legalize marijuana if elected president the August elections.
In a widely shared viral video, Pastor Ng’ang’a criticized Wajackoyah’s agenda, claiming it would severely damage morals among young people and the Kenyan populace.
In harsh tones, pastor Ng’ang’a told Wajackoyah that his manifesto is outlawed and that he should respect Kenya, it being a Christian country.
“Nimesema katika jina la yesu hautaleta laana Kenya ya kuua watoto na bangi. Give us respect Kenya is a Christian country, and there are some things we cannot allow you to do,” said Ng’ang’a while addressing his brethren in a church service.
Further threatening Wajackoyah with a fight, the pastor of the Neno Evangelism church said he would go to any lengths to stop the marijuana agenda.
“I’m 69 years you are 62, you are my junior that I will not accept. I will attack you and we meet its either you knock off my teeth or I knock off yours,” said the pastor.
He also termed Wajackoyah as an apathetic individual, criticizing a statement in his manifesto that profiles hyenas and snakes as high value animals.
Wajackoyah had made the proposition that Kenya will export hyena meat and testicles as part of raising revenue to offset the country’s ballooning public debt.