The decision to gazette Friday April 21 as a national public holiday to mark Idd-ul-Fitr has ruffled feathers as a section of Muslims took issue with the move by Interior CS Kithure Kindiki. Supreme Council of Kenya Muslims (Supkem) Chairman Hassan Ole Naado said that the decision by government is confusing Kenya's Muslim faithful and reckons the decision should be purely based on sighting on the moon. He added that the decision is a big gamble for the government because it is not assured that the crescent moon will appear on the same day to mark the end of the holy month of fasting. He also reckons that the end of Ramadhan should only be pronounced by the Chief Kadhi and not those in State authority.