Drama In Kenya As Atheists Rush To Court To Stop Tomorrow’s Proposed Public Holiday In Honour Of The Pope

Pope Francis is due in Kenya at the start of a three-nation
African tour – his first to the continent as pontiff. Thousands are expected to
line the streets of the capital, Nairobi, to welcome him for his three-day stay
which starts tomorrow.
According to BBC, an atheist group says it will challenge in
court a government decision to declare Thursday a holiday in honour of the
pontiff, while other reports said they are already in court trying to stop
tomorrow’s holiday in honour of pope.
Pope Francis is also due to visit Uganda and Central African
Republic, which has been hit by Christian-Muslim conflict.
About 30% of Kenyans , including President Uhuru Kenyatta
are baptised Catholics and there has been a huge excitement about the visit.

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