KFCB Boss puts matatus screening pornographic videos on notice
According to the board, some of the PSVs have become a nuisance screening, obscene content and playing loud music, violating the rights of passengers. ALSO READ: Job seekers' agony in securing clearance certificates from Government agenciesOperators who wish to continue screening videos will have to get a licence at a cost of Sh2,000. The clampdown began after a matatu crew harassed two passengers for protesting against playing of obscene music videos on Sunday afternoon. Jason Murimi, who is the complainant, said he was with his family, including a 10-year-old daughter, when the obscene music video was playing. âInside, together with other passengers, we protested and asked the driver to stop playing the video but he refused.