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5 Kenyan Celebrities Who have Been Victims of Fake Online Death News


The founder of Churchill's show, Daniel Ndamkuki, was having his lunch when he received news that he was no more after being involved in a greasy accident along Mai Mahiu-Suswa road. Churchill had to switch off his phone to avoid repeating himself to the many worried people.


In late 2016, former Tahidi High actor David Mugo alias OJ was believed to have died at home after experiencing respiratory problems.

It seems that Tahidi High has its fair share of internet murders as Omosh has also been virtually killed due to drinking.

Maina Kageni 

True to its words, death has no preference, even if cybernetic and top radio presenter Maina Kageni can attest to it after a Tanzanian website reported that he was no more after an alleged car accident in Tanzania.

Maina later went to his social media accounts and confirmed that he was alive and kicking, further refuting the fake news source.


In 2019, Jaguar was a victim of fake news about dying in an accident. He vowed to arrest the blogger, something we aren't sure if he did.


The veteran Genge musician also happened to be a victim of the internet back in 2017, with stories claiming that he was involved in a car accident along Mombasa road. 

A story that was accompanied by very crude photos of the alleged accident, complete with a dead body covered by a blue sheet.

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