KOT offer suggestions to preacher who found bhang growing near his house

KOT offer suggestions to preacher who found bhang growing near his house

Outspoken man of God Timothy Njoya says he has given up uprooting bhang plants deposited by flood waters along the Ngong River Bank.

Njoya says he has been uprooting the plants to no avail which has forced him to use a selective weed killer.

“Instead of uprooting the seedlings and burning them this time I followed Jesus’ instructions to spray them with Hell,” He wrote on Twitter.

In photos that he shared on his Twitter account, the man of God showed off his new tools; a spray can filled to the brim with the weed killer.

The vocal cleric on Thursday set out to destroy the plants using a selective weed killer- a rather curious choice considering that street lingo for Bhang is ‘weed’. Photo: Timothy Njoya/Twitter

His update attracted all manners of responses from Kenyans on Twitter with an odd bunch advising him to the set the plants on fire.

See some of responses below:


In 2017, Njoya who is famous for his very vocal involvement in the second liberation movement claimed the floods of the time had deposited bhang seeds into his home garden.

He had shared photos of full-sized plants before announcing that he would be destroying them.

Bhang is illegal in Kenya. Offenders caught growing or selling the herb face a jail term of up to 7 years.

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