It's fake! An image in form of a press statement showing that Safaricom responded to remarks made by Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua in an interview on a vernacular tv station has been finally revealed to be misleading and not authored by the giant telecommunication company.
Safaricom urged Kenyans to be vigilant and always be keen on the type of news they receive and for this instance they distanced themselves by highlighting that their messages are always shared inntgeir official verified social media platforms.
Gachagua went viral on social media on Tuesday following his remarks on empowering small business operators for them to fall into the tax bracket.
Safaricom was brought into the picture after the outspoken Deputy president Rutos running mate mentioned it in his remarks.Varied interpretations of his speech that he made in Kikuyu dialect emerged causing mixed reactions among Kenyans as some of the statements have been misinterpreted thus misquoting the Kenya Kwanz principal.
It was in the same interview that the Mathira Mp shed some light on the reasons as to why the deputy president picked him as the preferred running mate over principals preferred Kindiki.
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