Thursday, May 19, 2016

We Fully Support The Jubilee Government, Atheist President States

The Jubilee government just got endorsed by the Atheist In Kenya Society (AIK) after they banned private and public schools from conducting prayers for candidates sitting for their KCSE and KCPE.

AIK President Harrison Mumia heaped praises on the decision made by Education CS Fred Matiangi.

In a tweet, the CS fondly referred to Harrison as ‘ndungu’ or brother in English and went ahead to thank him for supporting his decision.

Adherent of many secrets societies refer to each other as brothers.

Many on social media have questioned if the CS is a member of the AIK. The group has also shown its support for the Jubilee administration and criticized Cord for holding anti IEBC protests.

Here is what Harrison Mumia said about the IEBC protests:

So Kenyans should not protest because Raila's children and Kalonzo's children didn't protest?
Makes a lot of sense!

His take on the banning of school prayers for candidates:

Atheists In Kenya Society (AIK) has done a statement in SUPPORT for the banning of third term PRAYER days for candidates sitting KCPE or KCSE. We have also called for the banning of coerced prayer in public schools altogether. Schools are places that should promote learning and education. Prayers belong to the churches and mosques. We are pushing for a review of our religious education system as well. We will also push for the abolishing of forced church attendance in boarding schools. Kenya is a secular state.

President, AIK

Tweet by CS read:

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