WARNING! You May Be Arrested If Found Playing ‘Tetema’ or ‘Wamlambez’

The CEO of the Kenya Film Classification Board Ezekiel Mutua disclosed on Monday that the board is working closely with the office of Director of Public Prosecution and Directorate of criminal investigations among other police forces to apprehend and charge those playing the recently banned ‘Tetema’ and ‘Wamlambez’ songs outside restricted areas.

“The Board is working closely with the ODPP, DCI, Ministry of Interior and the Police Service to arrest and prosecute people playing Wamlambez and Tetema songs outside restricted areas,” said Mutua.Speaking during a local radio show, the KFCB boss said that the two songs are inappropriate for children and such an action is meant to protect children against exposure to harmful content.”Wamlambez and Tetetma are inappropriate for children. Their restriction to bars was meant to protect children against exposure to harmful content,” added Mutua.

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