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Atheists on Presidency: Non-Believers Speak After Being Asked to Pick Their Prefered President

A section of Atheists was on Friday asked to reveal their preferred presidential candidate as the country heads to eagerly awaited general election in August.

During an online meeting with their leader, Harrison Mumia, the group was tasked to share details of their ideal president.

Harrison Mumia, a Theists President of Kenya, has said most of the non-believers are not going to vote.

According to Mumia, most of them are allegedly not going to vote because they do not see the point of voting.

It is not clear why they don't see a point in them selecting their preferred leader.

"Jana kwa meeting ya atheists online, niliuliza atheists, who is your preferred Presidential candidate. Most wakasema they do not intend to vote on August 8. Hawaoni point ya kuvote (Yesterday during our online meeting, I asked atheists to team their ideal president, most of them said they are going to vote because they do not see the point of doing it)," he said

Political analysts are saying the coming presidential election is going to be a two-horse race between ODM leader Raila Odinga and Deputy President William Ruto.

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