The Chief Executive Officer of the Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) Dr. Ezekiel Mutua has spark reactions after he made some remarks on how this country will be made better. Speaking through his Twitter account, Mutua has said that this country will be fixed by fire by force.
"We are fixing this nation by fire, by force. We can't afford to give up on this great nation. God is still on the throne despite the challenges we are facing." Mutua wrote. He went ahead to tell kenyans to do their part at individual level to make Kenya a better country.
Reacting to this remarks, Kenyan have expressed different opinions some giving their view on how this country should be made better. One reacted by saying that this country can only be fixed by reducing the crime rate and creating job opportunities for the jobless kenyans. Other criticized Mutua Alleging that he has never stood firm to promote Kenya talents. What's your take on this. Share your thoughts and kindly follow for more updates.
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