Mutula also insists he was quoted out of context and vows to sue media houses still carrying stories about his controversial comments saying school girls should be allowed to wear as they want and not dress like nuns.
Speaking in Nairobi, Mutula maintained that school girls must be allowed to dress in a decent manner.
However, the Catholic Church has so far reacted angrily to the minister’s sentiments and demanded he retracts what it termed as a derogatory statement over nuns’ dressing.
Through the Kenya Episcopal Conference, the church accused Kilonzo of promoting immorality and indiscipline in schools by supporting demands by students to wear short skirts and also disrespecting nuns.
AUTHOR: BEN GUMO