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Denzel Musumba

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The Six Million Dollar Question in Kenya today is whose hidden hand sneaked the two words into the Proposed Constitution, which could derail the review process late in the hour? Back-to-back to this question is what naivety informed such defiant breakage of the review law which at all stages stamps the draft with an audit trail — making it impossible to cover up such mischief? There is also the question what else could have been tampered with in the draft by the hidden hand that could have found its way into the Government Printer — which itself is a security zone under the Office of the President? In all the questions springing from the ear-splitting row triggered by the discovery, and Attorney General Amos Wako’s admission yesterday that there were indeed two sets of drafts, one man and one office is in a spot — Amos Wako. Secret burst But even as Wako claimed to have been approached by the National Intelligence Security Service — which stood to benefit from the words sneaked into the Draft — to alter the document, the question remained why he kept it to himself until the dirty secret burst out into the open. He is after all the custodian of the document until it is published after he has made his ‘editorial changes’ in consultation with the Parliamentary Select Committee on Review. Wako was the last official to have edited the draft and the question being asked was ‘Did he do it again?’ Predictably, the blame-game and AG’s curious excuse over what could gave gone wrong notwithstanding, ‘No’ team’s ‘captain’ Mr William Ruto wants the reform process halted because he says it now amounts to a fraud against Kenyans. "Taking into account the magnitude of this conspiracy, the fraud visited on the people of Kenya and the controversy generated therein the entire review process is now damaged beyond repair," demanded the Higher Education minister. Guys let