Atheists In Kenya Society

National Prayer Breakfast

The invitation extended by Parliament for the attendance of Harrison Mumia, President of the Atheists In Kenya Society at the National Prayer Breakfast marks a significant step in Kenya’s journey towards enhanced religious freedom and interfaith collaboration. This action underscores the nation’s dedication to nurturing an inclusive culture where individuals of all faiths, including those with non-theistic beliefs, can engage in dialogue and cooperation.

By upholding these inclusive principles, Kenya is on track to set an example of how a country can embrace its diversity while strengthening national unity. We are eager to collaborate with Christians, Hindus, and Muslims to promote interfaith dialogue in Kenya.

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