The social media users have been dealt a huge blow after the senate revealed scaring details of what they plan to do in order to eliminate some social media moral decays and immorality.
According to the Star Newspaper's publication, senators have threatened to heighten the rules guiding some immoral and inciting posts that would ignite people in the society to spark unrest situations through wars, demonstrations among other chaotic scenes.
The senators intents to reach agreement and enact strict rules that will axe the social media users who use their handles to cast hate speech, threat to others and create incitement to communities at the expense of their political affiliation, religious belief, economic status and social intermingling.
It was also noted that enforced law seeks to tax foreigners and the international firms operating social media in Kenya which will profusely generate revenue to the Kenyan government.
If the law comes to live, the social media users fond of subscribing to aforementioned shortfalls will land in a big trouble should they not adhere to the new imputed rules and guidance as per the requirements of the senate.
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