Religion In Kenya
African religions are typically based on natural phenomena and reverence to ancestors. The dead are presumed to merely transform into another state of being and
In the 2009 Census, 922,128 people reported themselves as having "no religion." This is 2.4% of the total, making this group larger than the groups
DemographicsAccording to the 2009 Census, there are a total of 53,393 Hindus in Kenya. IntroductionHinduism in Kenya mainly comes from coastal trade routes between primarily between
Christianity was first brought to Kenya in the fifteenth century by the Portuguese and spread rapidly during the 20th century, spread by colonists. Today, the
Islam is the religion of approximately 11.2 percent of the Kenyan population, or approximately 4.3 million people. The Kenyan coast is mostly populated by Muslims.
The Bahá'í Faith in Kenya began with three individuals. First, Richard St. Barbe Baker took a constructive engagement with the indigenous religion of Kenyans to