Former Muranga Women Representative Sabina Chege and now nominated MP under Jubilee party today she has caused stir online. Sabina Chege said as follows "I think we have over done religion in our country". Here is a Facebook link with full evidence of what Sabina Chege said.
Furthermore, Kenyans have ganged up and reacted on Sabina Chege remarks about religion thus causing mixed reactions.
For instance a netizen by the name Mwangi said as follows "What have prayers got to do with parliament prayers should be taken to church". Murithi said as follows "We have prayerful government, don't complain prayers can move mountains". Another netizen by the name Chelegant said as follows "We have prayerful government, don't complain prayers can move mountains". Grace said as follows "We shall pray more the next 10 years my dear sis get used to it prayer until you come over to the praying side".
What advice can you share with Sabina Chege concerning her remarks about religion?.
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