Decision by Homa Bay leaders to snub President William Ruto's Sunday tour of the region should not be taken lightly, some area leaders have warned. Ruto's visit was largely unattended by elected area leaders, led by area Governor Gladys Wanga and Homa Bay Town MP Peter Kaluma.
Good news to our Muslim friends who are in their period of fasting and praying after the government declared that on Friday, May 14, 2021 as a public holiday.The purpose of this is to allow Kenyan Muslims to celebrate Idd-ul-Fitr, which marks the end of the Holy month of Ramadan.
If there’s one thing this year’s Eid confirmed, it’s that the Nairobi based top cleric, Sheikh Mohamed Abdi Umal has overtaken Jamia mosque and the Chief Khadi as an authority when Muslims in Kenya seek direction during uncertainties. Despite the religious authorities in Saudi stating that the Eid would be on Sunday, majority of Kenyan Muslims celebrated the holiday on Saturday. Some of the Muslims prepared to fast on Saturday, but were awoken by announcement blaring from the mosques. The tone and d
As the President's Deputy, William Ruto is expected to be in support of the President at every point and if he can't do that then listen whenever he's boss is delivering a national address for as long as they are still a going concern. However, so much has been going on between the two that they are no longer seen wearing matching outfits or doing basic stuff like addressing the nation together. Some people think it's the current sweeping of the Jubilee party mission which the President has undertaken that
With Holy Month of Ramadhan starting on April 15th, Kenyan Muslims have requested President Uhuru Kenyatta to adjust curfew hours so that they might be able to take part in Taraweeh prayers.Taraweeh prayer is conducted everyday at 8:30pm during the month of Ramadhan.