Kenya refuses to register atheists 'for peace sake'
By Moses Nyamori
| February 4th 2016
The Government has refused to recognise atheists in the country for the interest of peace. In a letter dated January 14, the State through the registrar, rejected a registration request by Atheists in Kenya (AIK) saying the country would suffer prejudice. State Counsel Maria Nyariki said registering the group would interfere with peace. AIK President Harrison Mumia condemned the decision claiming it reeks of discrimination and they would move to court.
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