Kiambu Senator Kimani Wamatangi's latest remarks has prompted a series of mixed reactions among Kenyans who have slammed him over the outrageous statement. Wamatangi has urged the government to regulate the social media something which has not augured well with most of people. Wamatangi who is one of the most influential Mt Kenya politicans has been forced to face the rage if Kenyans after his latest remarks.
For most Kenyans, social media has become part and parcel of their lifestyle, from interacting with friends and strangers to entertainment and education. Some of the posts on social media have however been topics of debate due to their unworthiness. Wamatangi in his remarks has now called on the government to intervene to regulate how Kenyans use the social media.
It is still uncertain whether the government will take action by imposing regulations on the social media platforms. However, Kenyans have not been happy with Wamatangi's call for social media regulations as a section threw a string of questions at him on why he has decided to make such an outrageous quest from the government.
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