Baptised atheist leader Harrison Mumia renounces rite

Atheists In Kenya president Harrison Mumia speaks at a Nairobi court on November 1, 2017. He has renounced his baptism. PHOTO | PAUL WAWERU | NATION MEDIA GROUP

What you need to know:

  • Atheists in Kenya leader Harrison Mumia wants Quakers Church to issue him with a renunciation certificate.
  • Mr Mumia claims he was baptised, when he was a young boy, without consent.

Harrison Mumia, who renounced the Christian faith in the early 2000s to become an atheist, wants his childhood church to revoke his baptism.

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