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The Anglican Church of Kenya has finally declared its position on the draft constitution.
The church which had earlier reserved its position pending further interrogation of the draft has now joined majority of other churches under the umbrella of the National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK), in calling for the rejection of the draft if amendments on the contentious clauses are not made.
The church had been silent on which side it supports after a section of its Bishops and retired head David Gitari publicly declared support for the draft.
"We therefore say No to the proposed constitution as it is unless amendments are effected before the referendum," read a statement by the bishops after day-long deliberations on Thursday at the All Saints Cathedral, Nairobi.
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