The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission has cleared Prof George Wajackoyah as one of four presidential candidates (IEBC). He’s gathering a lot of support, especially since he promised to legalize bhang if he wins the presidential election on August 9th. Prof Wajackoyah explained why he wears a durag (black garment) around his head.
When asked if he will cease wearing the black cloth on his head after he is elected president, the professor stated that he will not. He added that by wearing it on his head, he is demonstrating his commitment to fighting all evils in society, including corruption.
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He claimed that blacks were enslaved throughout colonization and that when one of them was thrown into the water and drowned, they tore the clothes of the drowned and wore them on their heads. This was intended to determine how many people perished en route from Africa to Europe. Another explanation, according to Prof Wajackoyah, is why he wears the durag on his head.