It is clearly now that IEBC is almost through counting of votes. Kenyans are anxiously waiting for the Chebukati to announce the presidential candidate elect. He as assured Kenyans that they will get fair presidential results by either today or tomorrow.
However Kenyans are creating fake news concerning their rivals, today there was a fake photo of Francis Atwoli circulating on social media of him in a airport, they claim that he is running away because of presidential vote heat. Atwoli defended himself by tweeting that Somebody using my old photo while arriving in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, five years ago. Shenzi sana!
Ideas tweeted, "Mzee good to hear from u I thought uko ICU 🤣🤣🤣🤣 good health Mzee apologize to us na tuishi Kwa upendo you have equally made us happy! social media sensational zoea hii Sauti shenzi sana kateni miti ! Sugoi man is going to be your president 😅😅😅."
Kenadid tweeted, "Mzee kimeumana. Sugoi trees are still intact, just a friendly reminder. Your sidekick gigs are drying up now that the dynasties have been dethroned. Pole Mzee, you will be joining your friends in the social security office to collect your pension. Good riddance."
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