On January 12, 2016 In Statements and Speeches

His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta has noted the current debate on the proposed Religious Societies Rules 2015. The President has directed the Attorney–General, Professor Githu Muigai, to ensure that all proposals relating to the creation of a framework for religious societies and organisations is undertaken after thorough and exhaustive consultations with all groups, bearing in mind the sacrosanct constitutional principles governing the freedom of religion and worship. The President has further directed the Attorney–General to ensure that the current draft regulations are subjected to further vigorous public consultations so that they in no way undermine the fundamental values and principles enshrined in the constitution, and which are a way of life for the people of Kenya. Manoah Esipisu State House Spokesperson 12th January 2016 +254 732 819 160 spokesperson@president.go.ke

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