While showing displeasure to the National Cohesion and Integration Commission the Kenya Kwanza Principals kept reiterating that they will use some of the words in the lexicon considering that the laws are only made in parliaments.
Moses Wetangula, the Ford-Kenya party leader assured NCIC that in their next rally they will use the words thy quoted as hate speech. He alarmed the NCIC member to read articles 92, 93 of the constitution which will guide them in making decisions not making laws. He told them to know their role as a commission which will enhance their service.
“With the avoidance of doubt, we are going to use some of the words which we are used to that do not hinder cohesion. We will use; hatupangwingwi, Linda Kura, and watajua hawajui with no fear of contradiction. The growth of language can not be inhibited by any single individual. Language is dynamic and it grows with permission and elasticity of the society.” He said.
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