The Defence Cabinet Secretary Aden Duale today defended the customs of the Muslims community allowing girls to wear a long dress masking their faces in public places commonly known as 'Hijab'.
Photo: (Courtesy) Aden Duale, Defence Cabinet Secretary.
Photo: (Courtesy) Women wearing Hijab in public places.
According to a video shared by citizen tv on Twitter, the CS responded to those criticizing the Muslim culture of wearing the dress code in public places to stop. He asked them to better start leaving this country if they are uncomfortable with it since it will be customary for the Muslim girls to do so.
Photo: (Courtesy) Defence Cabinet Secretary Aden Duale.
The CS who had been misquoted on the conversation involving girls wearing Hijab saying that the dress code is among the Muslim religious guidelines.
Here is the link to watch the video. https://twitter.com/citizentvkenya/status/1605238645979377671?t=mE0yV-v3FE6D1RWDawSkMg&s=19
Photo/courtesy : Women wearing Hijab in public place.
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