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Itumbi’s Reaction to the NCIC Threat to Suspend Facebook During the Election Period

Earlier today, NCIC issued a warning that if users did not follow their policies against hate speech and incitement, they would be forced to shut down all social media platforms, the majority of which would be this one. They specifically stated that Facebook could be suspended in Kenya within the next week.

Kenya Kwanza Alliance has spread information through Facebook and other social media platforms.

Because the majority of Kenyans rely on social media to get their news, shutting down some platforms, particularly during electioneering season, raises concerns about how the government plans to conduct the next general election. Mr. Kenyatta believes that in order to ensure the credibility and transparency of election results, Kenyans should be allowed to access all results through the media. This raises questions about how the government intends to conduct the next general election.

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