The defence cabinet secretary his excellency Hon Aden Duale taday made a speech that shall restore faith in the muslim community of the republic Of Kenya. He came to defend particularly the women of the Islamic religion living in the country.
They are expected by their religion to put on their religious clothing called hijab always. This is rarely practiced in Kenya especially in the public due to the criticism that they the Islamic women face. They face criticism especially from the Christians who are extremists thinking that Hijab is wrong.
This led to poor adherence to hijab wearing by the women and girls especially those in Christian schools. It's a good message from the cabinet secretary that shall restore faith and religious practices among the muslim women in Kenya.
"If you have a problem with our girls, wives and sisters wearing Hijab, and you are in Kenya, then you better leave this country because they will wear Hijab,” - Defence CS Aden Duale
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