The Atheist in Kenya society has added their voice to the ongoing debate on the appointment of a female Chief Khadhi which has been a subject of debate in recent days. This is after Garissa Town legislator Aden Duale warned chief Justice Martha Koome against appointing a woman to the said position.
Letter from the Atheist Society in Kenya
According to the Atheists president Harrison Mumia. They demand that the Chief Justice not bow to pressure from politicians who are opposed to the latest development saying that women can lead as opposed to stories doing round to social media.
According to Duale it is against the religion for a woman to lead a court because the community and the religion are opposed. He says this is according to the Quran. However, his statement has elicited mixed reactions online with many opposed to the opinion. Do you support the atheist statement about the issue? Comment below.
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