Rev Njoya blames rain for the huge marijuana plant in his home

The former activist cum reverend claims that the heavens sent down a gift.

The retired cleric posted a picture of the well grown marijuana plant on Twitter claiming that the seeds were deposited by floods streaming down from Ngong Hills.

Just a few weeks ago, Rev Njoya was the talk of all netizens after he announced that he had just completed writing his 600 paged book on the Divinity of the Clitoris.

Well, trust Kenyans on Twitter to call out a tale when they see one.

This is what they had to say:

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