As elections nears, various leaders are busy moving around the country proclaiming their political bid to the Kenyans to consider them come next year's general elections.During this period,most politicians and Kenyans at large are fond of exchanging abusive words against each other.The act is against the communication authority guidelines and it has been deciphered that social media platforms are the main battle grounds to exchange such abusive words.
This has seen the Kiambu senator Kimani Wamatangi calling for regulation of social media platforms.The senator's sentiments has attracted the attention of many Kenyans on social media,who angrily blasted him that they have freedom to express their views and that if he is not comfortable with it,he should go to another country.Others also told the senator that instead of him focusing on the things that could help, he is busy talking about other things that are not of import to the common kenyan.Here are some of the reactions by Kenyans on social media.
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