A Kenyan love story had its premiere at Cannes, but is banned in its own country.
Imagine paying over $900 to a government agency just to be allowed to blog.
This is data neocolonialism, the same foreign interference that Uhuru Kenyatta pretended to be against.
Twitter claims to want to be a global force for good. So why is it ignoring so many of us in the global south?
Our issues are real, real deep. And we don't address them enough.
If he stands aside and lets his rogue government systematically crack down on Kenyans, President Kenyatta will become just another African strongman.