Ezekiel Mutua wants Uhuru to appoint CS from Kilimani Mums
The moral police has spoken.
Through his post on Thursday, Dr Mutua quipped that the conversations which have been going on the platform can be used to inform public policy, hence an idea the President should buy into.
“I think Kilimani Mums deserve a Cabinet post. The conversations there can inform national policy. I got into the group by default,” Dr Mutua wrote in his wall.
He added: “I think the President should consider a Cabinet slot for this hilarious group of Kenyans who provide such stress relief and humor.
The ‘top moral cop’ reveals that his docket is ready to regulate the group through parliament to enhance service delivery for the constituents, which run into hundreds of thousands.
“But most importantly, we can work with the minister to provide guidelines for classification of Kilimani Mums content on a self-regulatory model! And while it the stress reliever forum has been rated. Strictly for Persons Over 18,” he added.
The Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) chief executive praised the group for having the courage to tackle sensitive national topics and the diversity in its membership.
“This is an online Bunge la Mwananchi par excellence. How were Kenyans surviving without these platforms? People ventilate on all manner of topics, but the most striking thing is that Kilimani Mums represents Kenyans in the diversity – the serious, the funny, the peculiar, the intelligent . .name them,” he said.
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