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Kakamega Residents Blame Wajackoyah as Bhangi Smokers Chase Pastors Away and Almost Beat Them Up Before Burying One of Their Own in Style

by Paul Nyongesa
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Mourners who gathered for a burial ceremony in Kakamega on Saturday were taken aback by a dramatic and unexpected turn of events. A group of rowdy bhangi smokers disrupted the somber occasion, chasing away pastors and taking over the proceedings.

A video of the chaotic scene made rounds on social media, capturing the unruly smokers causing mayhem as they adamantly demanded to conduct the burial without the involvement of pastors. This departure from the customary practice of having pastors preside over the ceremony left the attendees bewildered.

The bhangi smokers had their own unique set of beliefs and rules concerning the burial of one of their own. They staunchly held the belief that a fellow bhang smoker should not be buried with the assistance of a pastor. Consequently, they insisted on following their customs and traditions in bidding farewell to their departed companion.

According to reports, the disruptive group had come all the way from Nairobi, bringing the deceased’s body with them. As word spread of the chaotic scene unfolding, shocked mourners expressed their disapproval, condemning the smokers’ actions.

While some mourners were appalled by the bhang smokers’ behavior, others specifically pointed to an individual named Wajackoah, who has been an advocate for the legalization of bhang (cannabis) in the country. They linked his advocacy to the boldness of the bhangi smokers in disregarding established funeral practices.

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