Kenyan moral corp and Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) CEO Ezekiel Mutua has come to the rescue of Dr. Mukhisa Kituyi after his nude videos were leaked by a woman.
According to Ezekiel Mutua, whoever made the Mukhisa Kituyi video that has been trending for a few days now breached the Kenyan law.
“Making videos of others while naked, with or without their approval, is a breach of the Films and Stage Plays Act Cap 222. No film or class of film for public exhibition shall be made without a filming license from the Board. Now you know!” Wrote Ezekiel Mutua.
The video which has united Kenyans more than anything else has been making its way in all the social media handles namely WhatsApp, Twitter, Facebook and Telegram.
In the video, the woman could be seen recording Dr. Mukhisa Kituyi who was tired and sleepy presumably after completing the sporty task.
In the meantime, 2022 presidential aspirant Doctor Mukhisa Kituyi is yet to respond to the allegations that he sexually abused a Mombasa woman inside a hotel.
According to the Coast Police Regional Commander Paul Ndambuki, doctor Mukhisa Kituyi has remained defiant to a point of not responding to their summons.
“We have already opened an inquiry file with the Nyali Police Station, we are yet to forward the file to the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) so that he may advise on whether a crime was committed. So far, we have recorded statements of the complainant and three witnesses. The accused has been contacted and we are expecting his statement. He has promised to provide his statement.” Said Mr. Ndambuki in a phone interview with the Daily Nation.
At the same time, Sonko News recently reported how Veteran musician Bahati found it rough in the music industry after the Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) CEO Ezekiel Mutua cancelled over Ksh 200,000 and other support he was set to receive.
Ezekiel Mutua announced the withdrawal on Saturday claiming that the decision came in the wake of Bahati posting videos that went against the clean content and partnership policy as agreed.
According to Ezekiel Mutua, Bahati had approached the board for support in a bid to launch his album and that the decision to cancel the same was painful.
“However, with the videos doing rounds on social media, our team unanimously took the decision to cancel the support and disassociate completely with the planned event,” wrote Mutua.
“My heart breaks at seeing our artists going to extremes to promote explicit content even at the expense of tainting their brand and denting their careers,” added Ezekiel Mutua in reference to Bahati’s content.