In Kenya, court’s interim order gives Adventist students Sabbath off

Some Adventist students were required to take exams on Saturdays Jun 3, 2013 Nairobi, Kenya ANN staff Kenya’s High Court has issued an interim order for public schools to exempt Seventh-day Adventist students from attending classes on Saturday, the day Adventists observe as the biblical Sabbath. A union in the East-Central Africa Division has received a interim favorable ruling that exempts Adventist from attending classes and exams on Saturdays.

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  1. john kariuki, 18 February, 2015

    its fine. i have been forced to remove my son from njiiri school. the principal declared that with or without court order he would not allow anything like that. every sda student must attend saturday classes.

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