Nairobi Women Rep, Esther Passaris comes to Akothee’s defence
Nairobi Women Representative Esther Passaris has comes to the defence of singer Akothee saying that Kenya Films Classification Board CEO, Ezekiel Mutua owes the singer apology.
Speaking at breakfast show on KTN News, the Nairobi legislator said that Mutua owns Akothee an apology over his remarks on the singer.
Dr. Mutua had condemned the controversial artist after pictures of her performing went viral. In the picture the mother of five was captured in a disturbing position.
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“Ezekiel Mutua, you owe Akothee an apology because you insulted her and called her demonic. She didn’t do it in a school compound or perform for underage children.” said Passaris.
The KFCB boss who has been branded as the ‘moral police’ maintained it was the role of the board to protect children from sexual content.
“KFCB exists to regulate immoral, sexualised and obscene content for public exhibition to protect children from premature exposure to inappropriate film and broadcast content, ” he added.
Akothee has been on receiving end this week from Kenyans on what they termed as lack of morals.