Kenya Film Classification Board led by the CEO, Dr. Ezekiel Mutua have collaborated with the Kenya Students Christian Fellowship (KSCF) together with head of churches and business community in order to reach and promote young talents, and spread gospel across the country through churches and learning institutions.
The CEO called upon all the church leaders and parents to monitor the vulnerable children on the online media consumption to protect them from potential harmful content which can corrupt their morals and values.
Dr. Mutua reiterated that it’s a collective responsibility to protect our youths and vulnerable generation from negative broadcast content, urging them to support the work of the Board in ensuring that the national values are safeguarded now and years to come.
The CEO urged the church leadership to take themselves as leaders to read and be informed about the happenings so that they can lead the flock based on current affairs.
Dr. Mutua also advised the church leaders to make use of social media such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube so as to reach and impact as many youths as possible.
During a media briefing, Dr. Mutua challenged the media to exercise balanced reporting and called upon its fraternity to keep off from giving prominence to stories and content that erodes moral values and threaten the national aspirations.
The CEO encouraged the media to feed Kenyans, particularly the youths with stories and content that will mentor them and emphasis more on what is likely to build and enhance morality in the country.
Dr. Mutua stated that the Board’s mandate can be achieved through collaborations and partnerships such as churches and other like-minded organizations that play a key role in bringing up the youths while promoting and nurturing their talents.