Blogger Dennis Itumbi was on Sunday forced to delete a crowd photo that he claimed was taken from Deputy President Dr. William Ruto’s rally in Jacaranda Grounds in Embakasi East constituency in Nairobi County.
Ruto had a series of campaigns in parts of Nairobi’s Embakasi area where he had a planned Mega Rally in jacaranda Grounds.
But what left Kenyans talking is the photo of a huge crowd that was shared by the DP’s Blogger Denis Itumbi.
He shared the photo with the caption “When people run out of ideas, they settle for violence! Uoga hatutanunua! Importantly, DP William Samoei Ruto was in Embakasi earlier today (Sunday, 16/01/22) and the pictures of support speak louder than the stones and violence!”
However, eye-hawked Kenyans were quick to notice what Itumbi shared was not exactly what was on the ground.
Itumbi quickly pulled down the photo after it was discovered the photo was taken from a religious crusade in Nigeria.
A google search of the photo show it was taken in Nigeria during a rally by the late Reinhard Bonke who is the Founder of the Christ for all Nations (CfaN) church.
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