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Mwende Mutambuki
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Is 254 edging towards being a non-secular entity?!

Who here is disturbed by the Christian zealots that we have to bear as leaders? Who thinks like me that all the religion in KE is more ‘lip service’ than anything else? If religion meant morality and good practice 254 would already be heaven. I need a break!!!!

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  1. Kenya is the most secular nation in the whole of East Africa. In fact, the only religious thing left is our Christian names and a the religious rituals we perform so diligently.

    Kenya is the most secular nation in the whole of East Africa. In fact, the only religious thing left is our Christian names and a the religious rituals we perform so diligently.

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  2. Religion is not a problem when left to its own. The moment it is mixed up with politics it becomes weaponised and the general public as well as the congregants are the ones who are affected much more deeply. It is now impossible to separate religion and state unless a new regime that is aware of thiRead more

    Religion is not a problem when left to its own. The moment it is mixed up with politics it becomes weaponised and the general public as well as the congregants are the ones who are affected much more deeply. It is now impossible to separate religion and state unless a new regime that is aware of this problem comes in and fixes it.

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  1. I'd be convinced of their 'religiosity', if the acted same way Jesus did, for the Christians that is. Otherwise ni lip service tu as you put it. ps. also let's wait and see. Jesus wasn't many people's favourite while alive.

    I’d be convinced of their ‘religiosity’, if the acted same way Jesus did, for the Christians that is. Otherwise ni lip service tu as you put it.

    ps. also let’s wait and see. Jesus wasn’t many people’s favourite while alive.

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  2. Kenya has always been a secular society with many people hiding behind religion. šŸ™„

    Kenya has always been a secular society with many people hiding behind religion. šŸ™„

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