Mariga has the cure for cancer for Kibra residents and the whole country. You can smoke the cure. Slowly is better.
Now we are on to something with Ruto and Mariga. The nation can’t wait. November 7, 2019 it is.
But this is fun and good. Let’s see. Mariga wants to flood Kibra with weed for health purposes. I am on.
Wait till Ruto’s gods see Mariga’s weed. It could be chaos. I mean you have been at every church throwing millions to build your heaven and then you are shaking hands with the weed man. Bad. But he is going to cure cancer. Quicker is better.
Mariga is saying if he was M.P, our beloved Ken Okoth, former Kibra M.P would be alive today.
He would have treated his cancer with “shada”, which is your local “njaga”, “ganja” or “bangi” in the neighbourhood buying spot. Take your pick.
Wow. Where has this guy been?
I am waiting for this. Now breath please. And don’t laugh, I beg you. I am serious about this.
This is Mariga talking in Kibra on Sunday Nov. 3, 2019.
“Mnataka tuongelee mambo ya shada. Tunajua shada inacure cancer. Hio lazima tuipush. Shada si ni medicine? Sasa mimi nataka muniingize bunge tuanze kutetea hiyo mambo ya shada (Let’s talk about marijuana; we know it cures cancer. We need to push for it. However, we do not want you to misuse it. Vote me in and I will push for it),” he said.
Jamaican reggae artiste Kenyatta Hill performed during Mariga’s campaign rally at Laini Saba grounds.
In a short clip that has been doing rounds on social media, the artiste, endorsed Mariga saying he believes the retired Kenyan international midfielder is the right choice for the people of Kibra.
“Kenya wagwan, this is Kenyatta Hill. On Sunday am coming to join you. Yes. I am coming to help you to make a decision. You know who we are going to celebrate with. We are to celebrate with Mariga. I am coming to help in support and to show my support for this brother-Mariga,” Hill says in the short video.
On the other hand Imran was busy with his crew.
On his part, Imran held his final rally at Woodley grounds, Kibra.
Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua said his endorsement of Imran was in keeping with the spirit of the handshake.
“At the end of the day, the people of Kibera deserve the best. From where we stand as a party, we are confident that Imran represents the aspirations of his people and will carry the legacy of the Late MP, Ken Okoth to improve the lives of the people of Kibra,” Mutua said.
Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru also joined ODM leader Raila Odinga saying her move was out of respect for the handshake between the AU envoy and President Uhuru Kenyatta.
“We must say in plain truth that the country is peaceful because of the handshake. We will protect it,” Waiguru said.
“The others who claim they want to bring developments are just baiting you. They are a one-man guitar, unlike Imran who is the fruit of handshake.”