What is Character assassination?
Posted by African Press International on February 27, 2007
Let us look at what is considered to be character assassination.
False statements that are damaging to a person’s reputation in written form or oral are considered to be slander. This is exactly what Gerry Middenyo and George Mengo have done to our enterprising brother Mr. Clay Onyango.
Shame on them! They should be held accountable for name defamation period.
These guys have made it a habit……
I do not understand the likes of Gerry Middenyo and George Mengo whose sick minds conceive the false, malicious “make-believe” about innocent people.
Middenyo is well known, I believe not only in Stockholm, but back at home.. where he actually sits down with no facts at hand and actually formulates stories about anybody, anywhere, event that which he has never set his eyes on.
Believe you me, this guy is amazing!! I wonder actually why he has not made a career out of it!!! He should, since the guy is constantly broke!!
These walking fully furnished venomed with malice, gossip should be called to a Kamukunji and their tabia mbaya put to a stop for once and for all.
Thanks to APN that these men are now known to many. My advice to you … have nothing do with them at all. See them and run!!! I am sure many have fallen victim to them.
These are people after screwing you bask, in the afterglow – “ati nilmwambia… nahakusikiliza”…
There are respectful ways to express differences of opinions and resorting to personal attacks suggests that one is either frustrated, depressed, or a loser.
I believe the two subjects have families…. teenage children for crying out loud… don’t they have a responsibility to show good taste and set examples. What are they doing??? This is simply agitating… Stop this grief..
Actually, the truth is that my opinion is not supposed to have any weight on the subjects. I just thought it important to air my views on this very disturbing matter.
There is no provision in their personality, or an ounce of respect left in them… Moreover, adverse comments have been published and made public.
Isn’t this unfair? In addition, I don’t think they are concerned or care with what exactly comes out their mouths it is just but rather more of a bigger picture of verbal diarrohea, more of a senseful way of getting considerations or favours from society they think.
In this case, it’s just divine intervention and the suitability of sentence, distance yourself from them.
Mr. Onyango you have a family and business to take care of… Move on…
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