Some hours ago president William Samoei Ruto visited Mombasa county where he met Mombasa governor Shariff Nassir. As a leader, governor Nassir decided to attend a church service despite him being a Muslim which didn't go well with his Muslim Brothers who believe that a Muslim should not go to church.
His Facebook post in church raised mixed reactions where christians were applauding him as Muslims were against the idea. They were saying of all the things he need to do as a governor, going to church should be the least because to them that is abomination.
Pauline Njoroge also reacted on this through her Facebook official page talking about it since the Muslim Governor was given the front seat together with president William Samoei Ruto. According to Pauline, she said the church need to have regulations like the Muslims which should be applied to everyone despite their political power.
She added that in Muslim mosques when the law is made it is applied to everyone which makes her admire their religion. She concluded by saying that if christians will respect themselves they will also be respected. What is your view on this?
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