The Kenya Film Classification Board is currently in talks with the DCI to help in initiating arrests of artists and film makers who are producing dirty content.
KFCB CEO Ezekiel Mutua has hit out at Kenyan content creatives saying they cannot break the law in the name of creativity and get away with it.
According to Mutua, the artistes are not any more special than jua kali artisans and mechanics who have to adhere with the law before starting their business.
He has however reiterated the commitment of the board towards supporting clean content produced by the artistes.
This statement comes just a few days after the moral cop spoke to Google to pull out Ethic’s new video Tarimbo and Timmy Tdat’s Vitamin U from Youtube.
Meanwhile KFCB has unveiled Mr. Tobias Mulwa alias Tobbias MC Mukulu Bisengo of Elevax Media as the Nairobi region clean content ambassador.