Kenya's National Exam Boss Wants P0rn Sites Blocked After Alarming Rate Of Students Pregnancy

Due to the increased rate of pregnancy among teens in the country, Kenya's National Examination Council (KNEC) boss Prof. George Magoha wants the country to block all p0rn sites in the country.

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According to the KNEC boss, p0rn websites were to be blamed for the rapid increase in cases of  pregnancy occurring during the country's national exams.

"Getting pregnant when you are not ready is primitive and a sign of moral decadence and negligence from parents," CitizenTV quoted the KNEC chief.

The cases of teenage pregnancies among students increased across the country during the national exams, and the professor says the problem was due to the students easy access to p0rn sites.


The professor went on to accuse leaders in the country for failing to talk to girls about family planning, saying it was high time health reproductive lessons were introduced in schools to tackle the crises.

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CitizenTV said the KNEC chief accused their leaders of not helping the menace, whom according to him, cheered on for people to 'multiple and fill the earth.'

However, some people in the country don't totally agree with the KNEC Chief. Here's one response from a Twitter user from Kenya:
The P0rn industry is one of the fastest growing industry in the world. The demand for P0rn videos are so much that those sites receives more Internet traffic than Netflix, Amazon and Twitter combined. In 2015 alone, P0rnHub claimed their site streamed 75GB of data a second!

P0rnHub has even gone a step further by creating a free VPN service with unlimited bandwidth to help users bypass regional restrictions and other forms of censorships.

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