National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetangula has received a petition seeking to ban Tik Tok in the country over sexual explicit content.
Speaking after the news, Wetangula confirmed that he has received the petition from Bob Ndolo an executive officer of the Briget Connect Consultancy.
The news comes at a time when Kenyans have raised concerns on the content posted on the social media platform especially past midnight.
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Parents have also raised concerns over the content their children consume due to the availability the app on their mobile phones and even more when they are not there with them.
A call has been made by many Kenyans for the government to take decisive action or else the future of many users is at a risk.
Young children have been positing sexual explicit videos on Tik Tom in total disregard of its effect now and in the future thus the need for regulation.