Kenyans have expressed mixed reactions after prominent ODM politician was exposed for faking crowds. This is all in line with the countrywide mass voters registration whereby politicians have been going around the country urging Kenyans to register as voters ahead of the 2022 general elections
A good example was Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho who on Saturday made a surprise visit to Kiamaiko in Nairobi. Governor Joho who is one of the key allies of ODM party leader Raila Odinga had also gone to campaign for Raila ahead of the next presidential election
However while sharing the photos of how he was received warmly by the Nairobi residents, Kenyan on Social Media flagged the fake crowds Hassan Joho tried to highlight. This was evident since in the photo, the car in which Governor Joho was in seemed tattered as well as the neighboring building seemed like it was falling.
By these two things, it was evident that the photos were boldly curved so as to indicate that people were many but in real sense, they were countable
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