Kenya Films Classification Board (KFCB) has said that it has denied being served High Court orders lifting the ban on controversial film ‘Rafiki’ but will fully comply after receiving the orders.
In a statement to newsrooms, the board noted its concern about distorted information from some sections of the media, saying the lift will only be in force for seven days with screening restricted to adults only.
“The board has noted with great concern the skewed reporting in some section of the media which contradicts the courts proceedings brief that we have received from our lawyers,’ read part of the statement.
It further expressed dissatisfaction with the ruling terming it an ‘insult’ to Kenyans who stand for morality. Read more
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