Film classification board says jihad videos are illegal
THE Kenya Film Classification Board has said all films and movies that preach against any religion are illegal. KFCB said the videos that speak of Jihadism and extremism are not allowed in the Kenyan movie market because they are used to bring hatred and encourage crime.
Speaking to the press after conducting a swoop on video stalls that sell unregistered and unrated movies in Mombasa town yesterday morning, KFCB officer in charge of Mombasa county, Bonventure Kioko, said they will not allow such films to be sold as they mislead the youth. He said they will arrest anyone found with such videos.