The Kenya Film Classification Board now says it’s working with law enforcement officers to crackdown performers contravening the law.
According to the chief executive officer Ezekiel Mutua ”the board has been receiving numerous complaints from the public about performers who are promoting indecent behavior through performances in public places and we are working together with law enforcement officials to arrest owners of the joints as well as ban the artists engaging in this behavior.”
This comes days after Kenyans took to social media to condemn popular artist Akothee for what they termed as indecent behaviour during a performance at the coast.
The KFCB boss further said KFCB will keep an eye on performances in public places
“We are going to conduct investigation about performances in public places within the next few months and the owners of these joints will be held responsible for allowing performances breaching the law on Film and Stage Act performances in their premises.” he added