Kenya continues to guard the freedom of worship in the country

Deputy President William Ruto has said Kenya would continue to jealously guard the freedom of worship in the country.

Mr Ruto said the Government would continue to discharge its duty and responsibility of ensuring that every community, race and religion enjoy their freedom of worship.

“As Government of Kenya, we will discharge duty and responsibility of ensuring that every community, every race and every religion is protected to have space to worship God in the way they think best. All communities are joined together as one people who believe in one God,” said Mr Ruto.

Addressing Hindu New Year Celebrations at the Baps Shri Swaminarayan Mandri, Nairobi on Thursday, Mr Ruto said the Government recognizes the role played by different ethnic communities in socio economic development of the country.

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