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Jaguar warns Kenyans from a fake account under his name

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Starehe Member of Parliament Charles Njagi alias Jaguar has warned Kenyans from being duped by fraudsters posing as him.

Posting a fake account under his name, Jaguar clearly shows how the owners of the account lure innocent Kenyans into their trap.

“Kenyans don’t get duped…..It would be so sad to loose your money to unscruplous people.” Said Jaguar.

Aden Duale imposter

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The revelations come barely a day after lawmaker Aden Duale posted a photo of one James Ombui who posed as him while conning Kenyans money.

James who was arrested by the DCI run a fake Facebook account asking Kenyans to send Ksh 2,000 as registration fees.

Also read: Man arrested for impersonating Hon. Aden Duale

“James Ombui Oire runs a fake Facebook page that impersonates Hon Duale. He cons Kenyans by asking them to send Kshs. 2,000 registration fees using the phone number 0720886964 and 0722134712 Mr Oire has been apprehended by the DCI to answer charges of impersonation.” Said Hon. Aden Duale.

Berryl Achieng
Kenyan news interests me a lot but I also keep tabs on other news making headlines in Africa and around the world.


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