Magoha wants pornography sites blocked in Kenya


The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) chairman George Magoha
The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) chairman George Magoha

George Magoha, the Kenya National Examinations Council boss, wants pornography sites blocked in the country.

According to him, such websites are to blame for the spiralling cases of teenage pregnancies reported during the national exams.

“Getting pregnant when you are not ready is primitive and a sign of moral decadence and negligence from parents,” Magoha said.

He further registered his disappointment with the country’s leaders accusing them of not talking to girls about family planning.

The KNEC boss even alluded to the same leaders allegedly cheering on for people to ‘multiply and fill the earth’.

Magoha reiterated calls for introduction of lessons on sexual education in schools.

According to him, it is outdated to think that teaching family health is unnecessary.

On allegations of leaked exam papers, Magoha denied the claims saying a few issues of malpractice were expected but nothing out of the ordinary.

“Students were calm irregardless of rumours that police officers manning the exam centres were scaring them,” he added.

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