The political muscles continue ravaging the country and Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see what will happen in the expected hearing of governor Kawira Mwangaza. Well despite all that President William Ruto’s cabinet Secretary defense Aden Duale Muslim remarks have landed him trouble. Duale Saud that Kenyans not comfortable with Muslim women wearing Hijab can leave the country. This attracted mixed reactions and this is how Junet Mohammed responded. Aden Duale also warned that anyone working with Sheikh Juma allied to Raila Odinga won't be recognized by Kenya Kwanza government.
Well Junet has sebt him this warning and this is what he had to say,
"Sheikh juma Ngao is a renowned Muslim scholar and issues of faith should be left to someone and his God. Attacking juma Ngao is uncalled for.When William Ruto issued executive order No one I didn’t see Islamic matters in the Defence docket ISLAM does not belong to Somalis." Junet Mohammed warned.
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