Do not scrap religious studies in Kenyan schools
A handful of non-believers are pushing the Kenyan Institute of Curriculum Development to scrap religious education in schools.
The sensational group which is not even registered in Kenya has been pushing for all things immoral to the throats of Kenyans who believe otherwise.
Irreligious people in Kenya constitute only 0.4 % of the Kenyan population which now stands at over 53 Million.
85 per cent of Kenyans are Christians, 11 per cent are Muslims and the rest belong to other religions.
The Kenyan Constitution's preamble begins with acknowledging God which means Kenya is basically a religious country.
The said group of irreligious people have also been pushing for all things immoral including abortion, homosexuality, sexualization of children and even contraception for teenagers.
They thus have no authority to dictate what should or should not be in the Kenyan curriculum as they don't speak for Kenyan parents.
With this petition, we demand that KICD shreds the petition by the irreligious and ignore their ridiculous demands.
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Religious studies should not be scrapped