The Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) has banned the airing of Fresh Fri cooking oil and Marie Stopes adverts on both television and radio.
KFCB chief executive Ezekiel Mutua said the Fresh Fri cooking oil advertisement has been banned for using lustful language and for using lustful language and being sexually suggestive
Speaking during a press conference in Nairobi, Mutua highlighted that the two adverts continued to air across TV stations yet they had not been submitted to the board for examination and classification for age appropriateness.
He added that Marie Stopes targets teenage girls by giving them alternatives to unwanted or unplanned pregnancies and has therefore been prohibited by the board. Read more
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