Sonko, Other Notable Figures Falls Victims To FAKE News, Sends Condolences Message To Njonjo's Family.
The former Nairobi Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko was amongst the very first person's in the country to post the FAKE news on the death of Sir Charles Njonjo and there were other several notable public figures in Kenya including politicians who posted about this and sent their condolences messages to the family of Sir Charles Njonjo.
The former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko has since deleted the post as it was false information and he had fell into the trap of fake news.
The family of Sir Charles Njonjo also dispelled the rumours as fake and added that Sir Charles Njonjo was enjoying his weekend at home and that the reports about his death we're greatly exaggerated.
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