Radio presenter Jalang'o Mwenyewe whose official name is Felix Odiwuor has warned his supporters from falling for fake news being spread by bloggers pertaining his political few hours after he met Deputy President of Kenya William Samoei Ruto. The fake news were being spread by bloggers allied to Amani National Congress of Hon. Musalia Mudavadi.
According to the bloggers who are propagating the propaganda concerning Jalang'o, the radio presenter allegedly decided to vie for the Lang'ata Constituency Parliamentary seat with Amani National Congress (ANC) ticket.
Contrary to the fake news being spread by bloggers allied to Hon. Musalia Mudavadi, Jalang'o has rubbished the claims and advised his supporters to ignore the unfounded claims and wait for his official communication.
"IGNORE!! They have already panicked and we haven't even announced anything.", Jalang'o posted on his Facebook page as a caption to a poster that was being shared online.
The propaganda started being propagated on social media few hours after Jalang'o met DP William Ruto at his Karen home together with other popular Kenyan artists. According to the DP, he made this decision to meet the Kenyan artists after popular Kenyan rapper Khaligraph Jones asked for help from him on Instagram.
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