Kenya Film and classification board has given matatu operates a one month period to license their exhibition in all public service vehicle.
The chairman of Kenya Film classification Board Dr. Ezekiel Mutua said that a crackdown was done two weeks ago in matatus within Nairobi and they discovered that PSV are displaying obscene pornographic images.
He mentioned Eastleigh, BuruBuru, Mtwapa and Rongai being the notorious routes in displaying contents that are not rated.
He also added that the licensing will happen country wide and that 52 PSV have already been licensed.
However he warned matatu operators who will not comply with the law saying that the public who board the vehicles to report the issue to KFCB.
Chairman Matatu Welfare Association Dickson Mbugua said that KFCB should come up with a committee that will implement rules that will govern contents to be displayed.
He also added that the KFCB and the police should not dismantle the screens inside these matatus because they are expensive to purchase thus causing a huge loss to the PSV owners.