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Sakaja, Jaguar Vow To Fight Archaic Regulations By KFCB

Johnson Sakaja
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Johnson Sakaja
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Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja and Starehe Member of parliament Charles Njagua (jaguar) have termed Ezekiel Mutua’s regulations that he said will regulate creatives such as video bloggers (vloggers).

Johnso Sakaja said that the arrogance displayed by the KFCB CEO was distasteful and that he would make sure that the Films board is summoned over the new regulations .

Through his Facebook page Ezekiel Mutua said that the regulations set under cap 222 Laws of Kenya were not archaic and still applied to the current situation. He said that the sections that were not aligned to the constitution were repealed.

Starehe Member of parliament has said that as a champion of the youth empowerment he would repeal the the law sting that it was backward. He said that KFCB should implement laws which would negatively impact the creative industry.

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Kenyan creatives have agreed with the legislators terming the regulations as archaic and have declared that they will not abide by them.

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Written by Merxcine Cush

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