He indicated that Kenyatta should meet the leaders of Christian, Hindu, Sikh, Baha’i and other minority religions/denominations in Kenya and take into account their viewpoint before signing the marriage bill into law.
He reminded Kenyatta of his "core value" to "treat everyone fairly". Moreover, Kenya’s constitution and other laws/policies protected religious freedom and Kenya needed to protect its minorities in order to attract foreign investments.
Ethnic diversity of Kenya, described as "the cradle of humanity" which showed earliest evidence of human's ancestors, had produced a vibrant culture. With its abundant wildlife and scenic beauty, if Kenya wanted to continue attracting tourists and increase their numbers, it had to take care of its minorities and project a picture of harmonious coexistence to the world.
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