The followers of Akurinu Faith have accused the government of ignoring them when it comes to offering government jobs.
Speaking after hosting a consultative meeting with his bishops, the Akurinu Arch-bishop Rev Samuel Elijah Kagiri said they have been discriminated by the government and their faith has been turned away in some schools. He said their children are not allowed to study in some institutions in the pretext that they wear turbans.
Rev Kagiri also added that they have always been ignored in national prayers, yet their faith has so many followers.
The man of God said all their churches are registered and they have been supporting the government.
Bishop Paul Mugo narrates the origin of Akurinu faith saying it is one of the oldest faiths in Kenya since it has been in existence for the past 50 years.