Atheists In Kenya Society

Justice before dialogue – Finance Bill Protests

President William Ruto, through his Chief of Staff and Head of Public Service Felix Koskei, recently announced the formation of a National Multi-Sectoral Forum (NMSF) aimed at engaging with all stakeholders to address the concerns raised by the youth following the anti-Finance Bill protests.

The atheists in Kenya society would like the youth and all Kenyans of conscience to reject dialogue with the government of Kenya.

Until the police officers responsible for the deaths of dozens of Kenyans are identified and prosecuted, and the families of the deceased are adequately and promptly compensated, we fail to see the purpose of any discussions with this Government.

We’ve agreed that dialogue is the way forward out of the crisis we’re having in our country

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We are also DEMAND for the declaration of 25th June as a National Holiday and for flags to be flown at half-mast for a week in memory of the Kenyans who lost their lives during the protests.
A National Holiday would serve as a powerful reminder of the sacrifices made and the need for systemic change within the nation’s law enforcement agencies.

The Atheists In Kenya Society emphasized that accountability and justice must be prioritized before any meaningful dialogue can take place. Engaging in discussions without addressing these fundamental issues would undermine the grievances of those killed, shot, and abducted and perpetuate a cycle of impunity.

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