Ezekiel Mutua’s message hours after the arrest of comedian Eric Omondi

Kenya Films and Classifications Board chairman Ezekiel Mutua has broken his silence speaking for the first time since the arrest of former Churchill live comedian Eric Omondi.

Taking to Social media on his official Twitter handle, Mutua revealed that the board has got nothing against the artists and young people.

He added that they were only against the dirty content, and were doing everything possible to protect the children against exposure to adult content by promoting clean content.

The war is not against artists or the youth. It’s against dirty content. The intention is not to harass artists or stifle creativity. The idea is to promote clean content and protect children against exposure to adult content!” said Dr. Ezekiel Mutua.

Omondi was arrested yesterday by compliance officers in collaboration with the DCI officers for producing and distributing unauthorized content, dubbed wife material show.

In his statement yesterday, the KFCB chairman said that the fanny man was apprehended for going against the Films and Stage Plays Act Cap 222.

The act prohibits the production and publicly distributing the inappropriate materials as is the case with wife material.

The Kenya Film Classification Board Compliance Officers in conjunction with Police Officers from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) have this afternoon arrested one Eric Omondi for violating the provisions of the Films and Stage Plays Act Cap 222 of the Laws of Kenya by producing and distributing unauthorized films dubbed “Wife Material”,” read the KFCB statement.

This comes just months after the KFCB had called for Omondi’s arrest during the wife material search season1 over the Covid-19 pandemic guidelines violations.

“So there’s Corona but this fool has been kissing multiple girls and recording these videos in the name of comedy. Another morally bankrupt socialite is recording more videos teaching these young girls how to have sex with Omondi in the devilish mentorship program known as “Mombasa Raha.”

The facility in Lavington that was opened with hype ostensibly as a studio is nothing short of a brothel. It’s a place where girls are being sexually abused and degraded in the name of art. The fact that women’s rights groups are quiet when this is happening and the police have not arrested the perpetrators of these obvious crimes is evidence of how low we have sunk as a society. By the time we get tired and stop condoning this nonsense the damage will be too bad to repair. The DCI should immediately move into that brothel in Lavington and arrest the criminals doing these things to our girls in the name of art!” shared Ezekiel Mutua.

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    Written by Fred Orido




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