For ages, bar during the colonial period, we have never had the need to
register so as to have a common forum or for wazees to sit under a mnazi
and discuss the days affairs.
Why would we need to do so now?
Its 60yrs since we got our ‘Independence’ and it amazes me why anyone would
want us to go back to our colonial past!
On Tue, Sep 24, 2019 at 4:56 PM Twahir Hussein Kassim via kictanet <
> Reference an article on Standard today (24th September 2019) titled
> “Facebook, WhatsApp groups admins to seek CA clearance” attached is the
> said bill.
> Whilst agreeably we need to regulate the social media inline with Internet
> Governance; the essence of this bill is both BACKWARD and OPPRESSIVE for
> lack of stronger terms to use.
> Having said that, it is imperative that we go through this with a tooth
> comb and point it’s flaws and suggest better ways – a better way is
> definitely there. On this note, I think it is high time that we started
> looking at issue and put up measures before we get hit by such bills and
> start fire fighting.
> Let’s roll up our sleeves.
> Twahir Hussein Kassim
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