It is becoming more difficult to live in Kenya as the Government and Government officials are becoming more strict and introducing more rules and regulations to govern the country.
According to Kenyans.co.ke, the Senator has said that the social media use in Kenya would be regulated in one way or another to prevent unnecessary pressure and spread of rumours.
"The social media has to be regulated in one way or the other," the Kiambu county Senator Wamatangi said.
This comes even as the country through the social media platforms especially the Twitter users always spread rumours on deaths of Politicians and many other information.
Regulation of the use of social media will also help to reduce social media bullying also known as Cyber bullying to individuals.
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