Former Kameme TV, DJ Chris Stylus has asked local radio and Tv stations to stop conning Kenyans with fake lottery games. The DJ stated that it is wrong for trusted media houses to take advantage of poor citizens with conman-ship of winning huge while in the real sense, no player actually wins.
Local radio stations in Kenya are the most popular among Kenyans and more than 85% of Kenya's population is covered with a focus on rural areas. These radio stations, both national and local, have introduced daily money games, questions, and Lotteries that appear to be simple to win into their programmes.
Unwary listeners frequently fall into the trap of believing that they are the only ones who are listening at the right time. This instils false optimism in them and tempts them to send their hard-earned cash. Here are some of the most popular lottery games.
Chris also added under the comment section that;
"If you send money to your parents, they'll stake all of it in these money games. Stop stealing from the old."
Some Kenyans also flocked under the comment section to share their stories and experience and below were some comments,
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