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Beware Of Impersonation Scamming People In Social Media, Charlene Ruto Raises Caution

Following the recent scam trending in social media, mainly in Facebook, Twitter and even Instagram which has cause many people to be Cone, Charlene Ruto, President William Ruto's Daughter has raised a caution to public through her official Twitter account.

Charlene Ruto take this action after she was informed that her impersonators in Social network was offering 'fake' Job opportunities to people.

From the source (NTV News Update) which release the information, many victims has been persuaded by impersonators to send money for Jobs, thinking they are getting favour from President Ruto's Daughter but in reality they are Cone.

According NTV NEWS, this is what Charlene Ruto said;

“Enough is enough! I have had enough! Met a young lady by the name Mercyline this morning who informed me that she was asked by someone purporting to be me on social media that she would get a job if she sent money to them and to meet them at Weston Hotel,even through WhatsApp."

It is high time we become careful when we are using social platforms since you might end up sending money thinking you are doing business with the known person, little did you know social media is a home of lies.

Charlene Ruto free herself saying her parents, President Ruto and First Lady Rachel Ruto, were working tirelessly to ensure equal opportunities for all Kenyans.

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