Episode 11: Censored

Episode 11: Censored

Everyone’s favourite public servant, Ezekiel Mutua, was back in the news this week as he proposed a Bill that would enable him (and his friends at the Kenya Film Classification Board) to regulate, control and censor basically everything in the country. Ezekiel is nothing if not ambitious, we guess. Is he the Kenyan Donald Trump? This week, we take a peek into the (possible) thoughts of Ezekiel – the banner in chief – and see what it means for us as moving forward. Press play! 🙂



Films, Stage Plays and Publications Draft Bill

Why Kenya banned ‘The Wolf of Wall street’

Ezekiel Mutua Appointed As New CEO of Kenya Film Classification Board

Ezekiel Mutua: Unmasking Kenya’s morality police

7 Banned TV Adverts That Are “Pornographic In Nature”

Ezekiel Mutua bans ‘girls only’ party, terms it ‘orgy of lesbians’

We can block Netflix for inappropriate content – Kenyan films board

National values and principles of governance

Google is hosting Kenya’s most notorious anti-LGBT official at a conference in California

Immigration Department’s statement on Ezekiel Mutua’s diplomatic passport

Film board chief faults move to revoke diplomatic passport

Meet ‘Nollywood’: The second largest movie industry in the world

Democracy and the Demagogue

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