disaffectionate

disaffectionate

(ˌdɪsəˈfɛktʃənət)
adj
1. not affectionate
2. disaffected
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He contends that, beginning with the front page headline, Crash driver was 72 years (DN, Oct 18), NMG has scandalised and slandered matatu investors using language usually employed to demonise lords of organised crime.ROAD CRASHESAccusing NMG of "outright incitement" and "disaffectionate hate speech" against the industry, he complains of the "wholesome condemnation" of the matatu fraternity" and denunciation of the "industrious" matatu people as "criminal gangsters".
No wonder, Prof Muune complains of "outright incitement" and "disaffectionate hate speech" by NMG.REPUTATIONOther Daily Nation articles that could have avoided sweeping generalisations include John Kamau's End of the road for matatu gangs in new crack down (Oct 18), and Mutuma Mathiu's Removal of thugs from roads best news yet from these shores (Oct 19).
The 'happy family' pictures could challenge the claims depicting her as the disaffectionate surrogate and rattle reports that she never even visited the children.