In a country that is reminiscent of George Orwell’s 1984 animal farm. Today, the High Court, today, declared section 84D of Kenya Information and Communication Act (KICA), which criminalized sharing vulgar information online as unconstitutional.
The pigs got into power and have used all means to stay there, to silence the voices of reason, to have people work as robots.
Kenya has no love and the little is left is only numbers, the government sees people as not humans, but as numbers.
The greatest voice of reason in such an arrangement have been blogs.
When the Civil Society was mute, the bloggers took over.
When the TV stations were bought and eventually switched off; the bloggers continued.
The win today in High Court is not only a win of one of the prolific sons of Kenya Cyprian Nyakundi but for all of us.
Kenyans want freedom to Assemble, Petition, and Picket.
Nyakundi’s style is different; it is fearless.
This got him into trouble with the authorities namely Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i, Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru and Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko the kevese and immediate former Safaricom CEO Bob Collymore.
The quartet had accused Cyprian of publishing defamatory articles online that touched on their private lives.
Specifically, Matiang’i was incensed when Blogger Nyakundi published on his Facebook page that he had impregnated a choir girl and bought her silence with a house.
That is now past and anyone can swear at the draconian piece of shit law, Fuck.
The court document
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