Maybe the management of KFCB should take a break from dying their hair jet black and begin to shut down all those p0rnogr@phic websites available to young people with i-phones and free wi-fi.
I am reminded that these are the same characters who wanted to censor the American online movie streaming service Netflix on moral grounds, as young people access the same content on YouTube and many other websites that they know of.
If those KFCB officials are really worth those PhDs they hang on their office walls (which they pursued in their old age during night class), then they should crack down on all the str1p joints in town where you can watch live s3x shows for as little as Sh500. While at it, they should smoke out all those “massage parlors” that advertise on roundabouts in Kilimani and Kileleshwa in the thick of darkness.
Let them crack down on all the nasty videos of nakyed teenagers doing the rounds on WhatsApp. Do they know about websites that advertise young girls for s$x? The bitter truth is, dear parents of teenagers reading this, Project X is really what happens when your teen tells you she is going to Samantha’s “bash”.
I was a little taken aback when the advert said that “No-one goes back home a v@rgin”, because I thought the organizers were a bit mistaken — there are hardly any v1rgins alive at that age, let us not lie to ourselves, please. Now, I know I have stepped on a few toes here and there. Toes that have direct lines to my boss’s boss. But I am not sorry. So please, don’t call me or any of my bosses. Just do your damn job and leave young people alone.
Author Njoki Chege.
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