Kenyans sharing pornographic material on the internet will risk a Ksh. 20million fine or 25 year jail term or both if a Bill by Garissa town MP Aden Duale is approved.
The former Majority Leader of National Assembly Aden Duale has introduced the Bill in Parliament. The Bill will see anyone who downloads, distributes or circulates pornographic material be fined Sh20 million or 25 years in jail. COVID millionaires are chewing public funds like Big-G, but it's pornography taking blame for it.
They should get better bills to debate actually reform bills to curb the ever growing cases of misappropriation and embezzlement of public funds as their committees and panel of enquiry always fall short of evidence leaving the looters walk scot free.
Aden Duale better known for forwarding the bill that outlawed University student leaders from holding their Positions for more than one year. The controversial bill also ensured that the highly contested elections in University was done away with. This led to the introduction of voting college.
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