Outspoken man of the cloth 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.
I thought that the floods from Ngong Hills would stop depositing bang seeds on the Ngong River Banks. Instead of uprooting the seedlings and burning them this time I followed Jesus' instructions to spray them with Hell (SELECTIVE WEED KILLER HERBICIDE). pic.twitter.com/EpD0AvYvt0
— Timothy Njoya (@timothynjoya) February 20, 2020
Here are some responses from Kenyans on Twitter.
Rev. Where can I find those instructions? Some hebercides are known to cause cancer. Ironically you chose a herbicide to counter a cancer cure.
— Kamwega-GoodMan (@kamwega) February 20, 2020
Rev this is a miracle herb from God. Read the origins and why the USA banned it n forced other countries to follow suit in 1937.
— Richard (@MwangiRi) February 20, 2020
Only thing that doesn't belong in these pictures is the pollutants in the river (including your herbicide).
— etsy o (@hillary_o_o) February 20, 2020
Reverend, Do you need Mtu wa Mkono? I know how to dispose this illegal plant. Don't spray it with pesticides please!
— Ron 🌴🌴🏔️ (@GoRonny_) February 20, 2020