Charles Njonjo is alive according to the report which is released few hours. According to the reports which was being speculated online is that the Old Former politician was dead.
However, the family had given a report that Charles Njonjo is alive and not dead according to the claims being released by different social media sites.
Mike Sonko and other government officials have apologised few minutes for giving condolences messages to the family over the death of Charles Njonjo who was faked to be dead.
"Our Charles Njonjo is a live and well not dead as we have heard people reporting, Mzee is happy and enjoying the day well, Family message.
Social media is trending nowadays for sharing fake news, so readers be able to confirm a news fire before you start Judging it.
Sonko, Other Notable Figures Falls Victims To FAKE News, Sends Condolences Message To Njonjos Family.
Source: Radio Citizen
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