Kenyans use social media for different reasons. Most of them use it for communication, advertising, letting people know about their progress in life and attacking behaviours they think are not acceptable.
When it comes to attacking people, politicians are not spared no matter the position. Social media helps news to spread very first especially due to the fact that Kenyans have freedom to expression.
Kenyans on the internet did not take Senator Wamatangi's suggestion lightly and most of them thought he did not make sense unless he has something to hide.
Fredrick Anayo said, "You have failed as legislators and now think that regulating poor Kenyans socializing on social media is a great achievement that can earn you re-election? Regulate taxes on fuel and basic commodities before you dream of doing it, or make Kenyans busy by meaningfully employing them."
Nicholas Victre wrote, "Why? We have freedom of expression, this is not Uganda."
Another one asked, "What are you afraid of?"
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