Yesterday night, Kenyan social media influencer and business man Edgar Obare took to his Twitter account and informed the public that his Instagram account had been disabled once again. This is not the first time Edgar's accounts are being disabled as he lost his other account just a few months ago.He however opened another Instagram account by the name Uncledgar, which has already garnered over seventeen thousand followers in few hours. On his side, Edgar Obare claims his account got disabled shortly after he made a post about Kenyan Radio presenter Kamene Goro. "This is the story that got my account disabled. They cited I went against community guidelines ". Read Edgar's Instagram post.Before he made that post, Kenyan popular musician Krg had taken to his Instagram stories and alleged that he was behind Edgar's Instagram account disappearance. "I had said I will delete BNNKE for this planet they thought I was joking. Who is laughing now?". Read Krg's post.
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