Kenya Bans a Gay Music Video


KFCB CEO Ezekiel Mutua


Kenya film classification Board CEO Ezekiel Mutua flanked by CEO of Kenya film commission Lizzie Chongoti.
The Kenya film classification Board has flagged a Kenyan music video for indecency as it intensifies it war on what it calls observe video content.
CEO Mutua said obscenity and nudity on videos have led to “cultural and moral degradation” that might be driving up sodomy and bestiality.
“We believe that this sort of behavior should be eradicated because it’s against the moral values of our country.” He said.
The ‘same love’ video was released on YouTube last week. The video advocates for same-sex marriages contrary to the Kenyan laws and cultural orientation.
The Kenya Film Classification Board has written to Google to take down the video.
The video done by Art Attack is a remix of Macklemore and Ryan Lewis original track which was released in 2012.      


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