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KFCB boss puts matatus screening pornographic videos on notice

By Anyango Otieno | Published Mon, February 12th 2018 at 00:00, Updated February 11th 2018 at 23:40 GMT +3

The Kenya Film Classification Board is cracking down on public service vehicles screening pornographic content.

According to the board CEO, Ezekiel Mutua, the crackdown follows complaints from the public.

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According to the board, some of the PSVs have become a nuisance screening, obscene content and playing loud music, violating the rights of passengers.

Operators who wish to continue screening videos will have to get a licence at a cost of Sh2,000.


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