Nairobi — The Supreme Council of Kenya Muslims (SUPKEM) has defended remarks by means ofDefence Cabinet Secretary Aden Duale who stated the ones operating public establishments should permit Muslim girls and women to put on hijabs or “find another country.”

Reacting to a information document revealed by means of The Nation on Tuesday, SUPKEM accused a information reporter from the media group of being unprofessional and operating a “pre-conceived agenda.”

Nation revealed an editorial headlined: “Aden Duale to Kenyan Muslim women: Wear hijab in public or find another country to live”

The information document attracted various reactions together with from Duale’s collogues in executive with President William Ruto’s Economic Council Chairperson David Ndii cautioning towards “religious bigotry” which he stated UDA, the governing celebration, has “no place for”.

“Duale was not misquoted. He said they will make Muslim girls wear hijab. That is the road to Talibanism,” Ndii remarked.

While protecting Duale’s observation, SUPKEM National Chairman Hassan Ole Naado stated that Duale had known as on public establishments to admire the rights of Muslim ladies and make allowance them to put on hijab in line with Islamic teachings.

SUPKEM quoted the observation made by means of the Defence CS to again its place pronouncing the e-newsletter misrepresented Duale’s unique remarks.

“The government will respect Muslim culture. We will make sure our girls wear hijab. If you have a problem with our girls and wives wearing hijab, you better leave this country because they will wear hijab,” the Muslim group quoted pronouncing it might produce pictures containing the stated remarks.