• Jaymo Ule Msee calls on religious leaders to refrain from commenting on matters they have no knowledge of.
• He called on the religious leaders who want to comment on Professor Wajackoyah's plan to decriminalize and export bhang, to do a little research and see where the world is heading.
Jaymo Ule Msee has called on religious leaders to refrain from commenting on matters which he says they have no knowledge of.
He was responding to the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops who attacked Roots Party presidential candidate George Wajackoyah, asking Kenyans not o vote for politicians who are proposing policies that seek to liberalise drug abuse.
In a statement to the religious leaders, Jaymo who is the party spokesperson and the head of media, asked them to focus on matters that involve the journey to heaven.
"We the roots party respect all religious groups in our country be they Christians, muslims, hindus, budhists watu wa yoga kila mtu. Because the work you have done to help this country from building schools, hospitals the church has played a critical role also in shaping the destiny of this country," said Jaymo.
Jaymo says there are some elements within the church that want to do things which are not for the people's interests but for their own selfish interests.
He says some people had warned the party to refrain from commenting on religious issues citing the subject as sensitive as well as for the sake of not losing votes.
"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." Said Jaymo.
Adding, Mambo ya uvutaji wa bangi we have our laws here that come into play and as I said before it doesn't matter whether professor Wajackoyah becomes president or not people will continue to smoke bhang in this country."
He called on the religious leaders who want to comment on Professor Wajackoyah's plan to decriminalize and export bhang, to do a little research and see where the world is heading.
"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."