NCIC wants vernacular banned
The National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC), now wants speaking vernacular languages in public offices banned.
The commission together with the Parliamentary Committee on Cohesion, says it will push for the enactment of a law that bans speaking of vernaculars in offices in order to end negative ethnicity.
Addressing a news conference in Mombasa, NCIC chairperson Francis Ole Kaparo together with Johnson Sakaja said the new laws will help discourage hate mongering, exclusion and tribal dominance in the country.
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