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an article based on the no allies during the campaign on the new constitution mid this year 2010


Listening to the deluge of complaints the no faction is unceasingly leveling against the proposed law one finds most of the argument unreasonable.what one manages at least to gather is their collective motive and object of standing in the way of reform.

The factions are basically two and the reasons why they are objected to the enactment of the document are different.yet they have united tentatively since their goal is one..what depresses a  patriotic citizen is their arguments which are hardly based on truth.

As we speak ,the clergy an d the political allies in the no camp are out stoutly confusing citizens through lies .A priest in Kisii for instance  shamelessly told the flock recently that the proposed constitution would  see the  arrest of all aged men if the installment come to pass.It is odd that such fallacy still exist in the church.

In the other hand ,politicians who are without doubt out to protect their selfish interest are at work crusading that the constitution would be the citizens  greatest undoing which i bet is not true.

In all, they have resorted to propaganda under the guise of the altruism.if one wants to oppose something let him do son with a clear conscience or reform will end up in as an   abstraction.
                                                                                          Konyango Odhiambo Henry,Kenya Poly Varsity

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