– Mahiga stepped down from the position citing he had found Jesus Christ and is no longer interested in promoting atheism
– The society’s president Harrison Mumia praised him as a dedicated leader who served well
– Consequently, the non-believers announced a vacancy for the position inviting Kenyans to apply
Atheists in Kenya Society (AIK) has suffered a blow following the resignation of their secretary Seth Mahiga after serving for one and half years.
Mahiga stepped down from the position citing he had found Jesus Christ and is no longer interested in promoting atheism in Kenya.
In a statement on Saturday, May 29, the society’s president Harrison Mumia eulogised him as a dedicated leader, wishing him the best in his newfound relationship with Jesus Christ.
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“We wish Seth all the best in his newfound relationship with Jesus Christ, we thank him for having served the society with dedication over the last one and half years,” read the statement in part.
Consequently, the non-believers announced a vacancy for the position inviting interested Kenyan atheists to apply.
Those who wish to apply for the post to join the society’s executive committee can send their curriculum vitae to email@example.com.
Mahiga’s resignation elicited mixed reactions on social media with the majority of the tweeps congratulating him for the bold decision.
Some urged Mumia to follow suit and see the light. Below are some comments gathered by Legit.ng:
Former Chief Justice Willy Mutunga said:
“President. If it is of any consolation, besides your LOL, Article 32(1) of our Constitution provides: Every person has the right to freedom of conscience, religion, thought, belief and opinion. This provision is not a laughing matter.”
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A Nigerian man preached the gospel
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young man with the Twitter handle @gabgriel_specter took to the platform to speak about how he succeeded in preaching the word of God.
He said that he went to Computer Village at Ikeja and shared the gospel. According to him, immediately he was done, a tout walked up to him, said he was touched, and gave him N100 for water.
@gabgriel_specter said the man told him he was blessed by the word. He added that though he has been struggling to engage in evangelism, he will not be stopping considering the success he achieved.
Source: Legit Nigeria