David Waihiga Mwaure, lawyer and a pastor
Mwaure in his sixth attempt at a political office says he’s vying for presidency to return what he says is illegal wealth of $125bn stashed overseas.
Mwaure also pledged loans and grants to help women and the youth start and run small enterprises.
His administration would employ clergy at registered churches and mosques as alternative dispute-resolution officers to ease a backlog in the nation’s judiciary.
The clergyman ran for a Senate seat in 2017, but lost. In the prior election, he vied to be a governor.
George Wajackoyah, law professor
Wajackoyah is pledging to legalise industrial marijuana, boost snake farming, and export dog meat and hyena testicles.
Exports of the unconventional products will help Kenya repay its entire debt, he says.
The ex-cop also plans to shut the Chinese-built and funded $5bn standard gauge railway that links the capital, Nairobi, with the port of Mombasa, saying it is a symbol of Chinese colonisation.
Wajackoyah, an immigration attorney who spent years challenging decisions at the department of immigration at the UK’s home office, plans to suspend the constitution and deport foreigners
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