For medical purposes only i support

A Kenyan has petitioned the Senate in push for marijuana, popularly known as bhang, to be legalised in the country.
Gwada Ogot, from Siaya County, argues in part that the plant - scientifically known as Cannabis Sativa – has multiple documented benefits.
He says the medicinal and industrial uses of the plant, upon its legalisation, will be of ‘great social and economic gains’.
Section 3 (2) (a) of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Control Act lists cannabis as a banned substance.
The law states that possession or personal use of the drug is criminal.
And Ogot wants marijuana expunged from the list and a new law legislated to establish a regulatory body to govern its use.
The petitioner further recommends that all the people serving jail sentences either for possession, cultivation, transportation, sale or use of the plant be granted amnesty.
In supporting his proposals, Ogot argues that as at December last year, several US states and at least 25 countries had decriminalised the use of cannabis.
He further points out that: “The crime and controversy around marijuana emanate from its prohibition and not from the plant itself, its uses or users,”
A compound in marijuana known as cannabidiol (CBD) has been found by scientists as fit for treatment of schizophrenia.
With our ‘independent’ courts giving unpredictable rulings hii kitu inawes pita.
Interesting times ahead


noun: schizophrenia
[li]a long-term mental disorder of a type involving a breakdown in the relation between thought, emotion, and behavior, leading to faulty perception, inappropriate actions and feelings, withdrawal from reality and personal relationships into fantasy and delusion, and a sense of mental fragmentation.[/li][ul]
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I don’t smoke weed so I neither support nor oppose

Hii Ouru anapitisha one time


ooh! yes ooh! yes… @admin @Deorro please pin this thread as i came back with my encyclopedia of proves,quotes,tests,examines and whatnot to support this motion


Bwana asfiwe. Bwana asfiwe tena. Weed should be legal. When we were at our lowest my colleagues used weed to enable them keep going while I almost dropped out of college and depression threats were real. So there should be that inclusivity, sio health issues to. Hallelujah?


Siku hizi almost everyone in Nairobi smokes weed


Hii petition hata kwa bangi haiwes pitishwa

For medical purposes… yeah, why not? With drugs like morphine… cannabidiol is right in there. But just smoking bhang… not a chance. Haitapita anyways. Kenya is run by Bible thumpers.

I don’t trust bhang smokers. There’s a time in colle I was NFS’ing with my buddy and his bro almost knocks down the door coming in, shouting mad and foaming at the mouth… something about food. Then yells at me: “Nyinyi ndio munanimalizia food kwa hii hao!” The bitch didn’t even know me. Unstable mofos.



Ikiwa legal…the underworld italoose sana

Who told you? I smoke weed once in while and follow the decriminalization debate around the world. It becomes like any other commodity on sale. Innovation, R&D etc.

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hehe mboh uko sawa?talk to me,how do you feel…kichapo ilikuwa mzito sana

Kichapo gani tena?:D:D:D:D Hii bhangi unavuta inakukosea sana

@introvert, you see Lab results of what you had confirmed somewhere here?

C.c @jimmy_m

Hio kitu naona nikijaribu kuvuta hii mwaka for research purposes.



I think the petitioner is either @introvert or @wildfrank

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Medicinal use only.

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