Kenya's August 9 elections have drawn a lot of attention of locally and internationally wealthy business men and women, local and foreign Preachers who have expressed interest in this year's general elections. Among them is a foreign preacher based in Zimbabwe who prophesied Uhuru and Ruto win in 2017 and it came to pass.
Over a week ago, claims have been spreading on the social media platforms that Zimbabweans are selling their body parts for Millions, a thing that sparked alot of reactions from people across the globe. Therefore the whole story started when a Zimbabwean national took to a social media platforms to post a video of himself claiming that he had sold his toe to toe to buy Toyota Hilux pick up.
President Uhuru Kenyatta through the Cabinet minister in charge of sports Amina Mohammed has send a message of congratulations to the Kenyan squad that represented the country in the African games in Mauritius. This is after a starling performance in the all African Games that were held in the said African state.
In the recent days, people from different parts of Africa have been in confusion following reports which emanated from Zimbabwe about human Toe-selling business in that country. For almost a week now, hilarious memes and video clips have surfaced various social media platforms concerning the claims about a lucrative market for human toes in Zimbabwe forcing Zimbabwean Government to address about the matter
There have been news all over that Zimbabwe people are selling their toes to become millionaires. However the Zimbabwean Government has come out to dismiss the social media reports suggesting that it's citizens are trading their toes for millions of shillings. The claims spread on social media after a Zimbabwean national took to social networking sites to post a video of himself saying he has sold His toe to buy A Toyota Hilux GD-6 pick up.This news spread in countries like Kenya with a section of online users who believed they were true.
A trending event of toe trafficking in Zimbabwe had just hit headlines with kenyans getting creative of the scenario. However, a close look through has confirmed that the business is just an hoax. People are fooling around in social media. If at all there was such a thing, everyone would be rich and there would be no essence of suffering.
The Government of Zimbabwe has come out to dismiss social media reports suggesting that its citizens are trading their toes for millions of shillings. The claims spread on social media this week after a Zimbabwean national took to social networking sites to post a video of himself saying he had sold his toe to buy a Toyota Hilux GD-6 pick-up.
The six Kenyans were found in Zimbabwe and we're discovered that they had fake Zimbabwean immigration stamps.The 6 have been arrested and are yet to be deported .They had entered Zimbabwe through it's boarder with South Africa.They were charged with violating the country's immigration act after actually appearing before magistrate court ,her highness Annia Chimweta.The Court found all six of them guilty of such act.Tbey have thus been convicted and warned against repeating such an offence again.Zimbabwe is thus set to deport all the six guilty parties who they arrested over the illegal entry into their country.The six are said to have overstayed their welcome in south Africa and decided to go into Zimbabwe.The court gathered enough incriminating evidence over this issue such as fake immigration stamps which was just all they needed to render them guilty.Due to legal issues ,the country, Zimbabwe ,can only hold the six for a while as they set to deport them to face the consequences of their acts in their own country ,Kenya.
Netizens React After Zimbambwe Government Denied Claim That A Mall In Harare Is Buying People's Toe.
The Zimbabwean government has denied a viral claim that its citizens have been selling some of their toes for millions of shillings. The news spread on social media after several people posted photos of themselves in flashy cars, claiming they had purchased them with the proceeds from selling toes.
This evening the Roots party presidential candidate George Wajackoyah and his running mate Justina Wamboi were in an interview at Citizen TV explaining their mission for Kenya. George Wajackoyah is among the 4 presidential candidates who have been cleared by IEBC. According to him, he believes Marijuana growth and exportation is the key to unlock the Economy of Kenya.
Photo: Google The last few weeks experienced shock from rumoured allegations that Zimbabwean unknown men were dealing in toe-selling business. From videos that made rounds on social media, it was rumoured that people in Zimbabwe were selling their toes for cash, an estimated 4 million kenyan shillings for the larger toe and 2 million shillings for the smaller ones.
The government of Zimbabwe has come out to dismiss the allegations that it's citizens are trading their toes for millions of shillings, trending throughout social media. This is after a Zimbabwean citizen posted a video of himself saying he had sold his toe to buy a Toyota Hilux GD-6 pick-up.
Salespeople in and around a Zimbabwe mall have been wearing sandals all week to defy rumours that they are involved in the alleged trade of human toes for witchcraft, one of them said on Saturday. The gossip appears to have started after a social media post on Monday claimed toes could be sold for $20,000 to $40,000 depending on size, blaming a government "incapable of creating jobs" for generating the purported business.
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The assertions that the business was taking place in Zimbabwe were refuted by the Zimbabwean government, which issued the denials through its Deputy Minister of Information, Kindness Paradza. Credit for the image goes to Facebook and Standard Digital. People claiming to sell their toes for money have been the subject of a number of videos that have been going viral on social media over the past few days.
Trending Social media ruse in Zimbabwe and other African countries such as Kenya and Nigeria about the act that the Zimbabwe citizens are exchanging Toes for Money as become seriously elsewhere in Africa. The unconfirmed story trending allenges that people in the country are selling their toes for money due to poor economy facing the Zimbabwe republic.
Zimbabwe's court jails the man who is behind the trendy and an imaginary human toes business for lying to the world. This is according to the Facebook post by Turkana County News Online on Wednesday. "40-Yr-old Zimbabwean man who made headlines by posting that he was an agent trading in human toes, has appeared in court."
Zimbabwe's Deputy Minister of Information, Kindness Paradza, has dismissed the gossip about toe-trafficking after visiting the mall on Thursday. The gossip emerged on Monday at the social media. It claimed toes could be sold for $20,000 to $40,000 depending on size, blaming a government "incapable of creating jobs" for generating the purported business.
Rumors have been spreading on the social platforms in the past few weeks that toes are being sold in Zimbabwe for millions of cash. This has created a lot of reactions on social media platforms. This started while a citizen of Zimbabwe posted a video that he had sold a toe and purchased a Toyota Hilux pickup.
After an unsubstantiated allegation from Zimbabwe suggested it was a growing business, Kenyan social media was awash with photographs of people with missing toes on June 1, 2022. A Zimbabwean site published an article claiming that toes were being traded in the city, Harare, and that Zimbabweans were profiting handsomely.