There are 700,000 atheists in Kenya - Census reports shows

Christianity still the dominant religion in Kenya

Atheists In Kenya President Harrison Mumia during a past interview

There are 755,750 atheists in Kenya, according to the official 2019 population census figures released on Friday.

The census results indicate that Protestants churches enjoy the biggest following in the country, with 15,777,473.

They are followed by the Catholic Church with 9.73 million followers.

Here is a list showing Kenyans' religious affiliations

  1. Protestant: 15,777,473
  2. Catholic: 9,726,169
  3. Evangelical Churches: 9,648,690 3
  4. Muslims: 5,152,194
  5. African Churches: 3,292,573
  6. Traditionalists: 318,727
  7. Atheists: 755,750
  8. Hindus: 60,287
  9. Orthodox: 201,263
  10. Other Christian faiths: 1,732,911

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