Tourists put on notice over shooting pornographic movies

By James Rono

The Kenya Film Classification board (KFCB) has put on notice tourists visiting the country to shoot pornographic movies with young girls.

KFCB board director, Ezekiel Mutua, said the board is collaborating with police and county commissioners in the coastal region where sex tourism is on the rise, to investigate and arrest individuals involved in the vice.

Mutua said the film body was investigating alleged pornographic movies between women and dogs believed to take place in private Villas within Mombasa County, warning that the law will take its course.

Speaking in Mombasa, Mutua noted that some tourists come to Kenya with the intention of ruining young girls and tarnishing African moral values in the guise of coming for holidays, and said the board will not sit and watch as the vice happens.

He said the board has initiated the process of reviewing the films and stage plays act to stop the practice.

Mutua said a major global partnership between KFCB and the giant American multinational technology company, Google, through a program called ‘Web Rangers’ will enable parents in Kenya to control what their children view online.


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