Ezekiel Mutua urges Kenyans to boycott 10/10 show to save their children after this happened

Kenya Film and Classification Board (KFCB) CEO Ezekiel Mutua asked Kenyans to boycott Citizen TV's Willis Raburu for another time on Citizen TV's 10-over-10 show, which has earned a dishonorable title of very immoral and filthy due to explicit dances by the skimpily-dressed lady who graces the show every other week.
Mutua went to Facebook to voice his worries about the series he found really dirty and unethical.


Despite endless complaints that the 10-over-10 series encouraged immorality among the youth, he urged people to boycott the television station and won the dishonorable title because of suggestive dances by a skimpily dressed lady who graces the show every other week.
"Do not abrogate someone else's role as a parent or person. You're doing your part. The audience of Deny Person TV, particularly the Willis Raburu nonsense, will go off the air," Mr. Ezekiel demanded.
He said he had serious problems with the series, but he was unable to prohibit the ' obscenity ' as the show airs past 10 pm, which according to the legislation is past the blackout time (5 am to 10 pm).
"Personally I have serious problems with this initiative and in no uncertain terms have I condemned it. But you see, 10/10 comes after 10 pm, which means it's outside of the watershed (5 am to 10 pm). Our legislative authority is limited to that time in accordance with the law. Few underage children should watch TV without the parent's permission before 10 p.m.
He said the series was like a nightclub that broadcasts its material on television, displaying all the immorality and obscenity live on the stage.

"Actually, the height of immorality is 10/10. It is scatological filth and the deterioration of our moral fabric is exemplified. Host Willis Raburu has polluted the airwaves with the nonsense of" Wabebeee, "which tends to accept underage children, although he insists all those attending have IDs.
The way the show is conducted makes it look like an on-air discotheque. It's a night club brought to your television with all immorality and obscenity live on stage. "Because his hands were tied on the subject, his only option was to encourage people to boycott the television station and warn their children not to watch the show.
"Do not abrogate someone else's role as a parent or person. You're doing your part. The audience of Deny Person TV, particularly the Willis Raburu nonsense, will go off the air. Even a more fundamental question on such a live TV discotheque is whose kids are these? Why should I care if their parents don't care?”
He reminded people that in Kenya the lack of moral values was the main cause of all the country's problems. He blamed the media for spewing immorality as a major catalyst but assured that KFCB was doing its utmost to restore health. He called on Kenyans of goodwill to join them in their fight to restore moral values to society.

"In Kenya, there is a lack of moral values and it is the main cause of all our problems," he said.
"Media and the material on which our children are fed is a major catalyst for immorality, and KFCB is doing its utmost to bring health, but we need the help of all Kenyans of goodwill to restore moral values in society," he said with intent.

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