By Chris Ojow
Writings on the wall, from now those characters
addicted to insulting people, harrasing, posting
unverified materials, inciting the public, hacking
systems and sharing fake informations your
days are numbered.
Any Kenyan found with the offence listed above
is liable to cybercrime offence which was given
a green light by High Court Judge, Justice
James Makau after dismissing a petition filed
by Bloggers Association of Kenya.
The Association filed the application before a
Constitutional Court at Milimani Nairobi County
seeking the Court to quash defamatory
provisions in the Cybercrime Bill.
The applicants further stressed in their several
prayers, that the cybercrime bill threatens the
freedom of expression in line with the
Constitution of Kenya.
Offenders will be sentenced to ten years
imprisonment or pay a fine of twenty million
Kenya shillings huge amount of money or both.
Time for wrekles, unreasonable, unresponsible,
mannaless and abusive social media users to
refrain, change their attitudes is now or they
risk messing up their precious future.