Photo of Jonathan Bii alias Chelilim holding a United Democratic Alliance party panty has been trending online for a better part of Friday and this Saturday. Some netizens have considered it as a photoshop whereas others appear to have been convinced that it is a reality. All and sundry have shared their thoughts with some questioning its origin .
Jonathan Bii ( photo courtesy of Facebook).
The reality has however emerged that the picture was photoshopped. It was created from a previous photo which depicted the later holding a paper beside a colleague who was delivering a speech. The following was the initial photo before some unknown individual manipulated it.
The latter is an industrious politician who is eyeing to succeed Uasin Gishu governor whose two terms in office expires in August 2022. He was previously a diehard supporter of KANU party but recently ditched it for Ruto's UDA .
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