Why Prof. Magoha wants pornography sites blocked

Education CS proffesor George Magoha. Secondary schools non-teaching staff have vowed not to go back to work until their dues are settled./COURTESY

 Kenya National Examinations Council chairman Prof. George Magoha wants pornography sites in Kenya blocked.

Speaking on Wednesday, Magoha says such websites are a contributor moral decay in teenagers that has resulted in many reported early pregnancies during the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education(K.C.P.E) exam period.

He further suggested that the introduction of sexual education lessons should in a bid to change the moral behavior among teenagers.

This comes weeks after parents were blamed for teenage pregnancies for not being a part of their children’s life as well as too much pampering, therefore, leading to their moral decay.

The proliferation of mobile phones among teenagers is also one of the many reasons being looked on to as that which gives them access to pornographic sites and a lot of other misleading content.

This issue has also seen some leaders in different parts of the country find ways to end the problem from the root.