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Standard Media respond to DP Ruto fake news claim

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Standard Media Group has made a statement in regard to a story doing round on why President Uhuru Kenyatta avoided DP Ruto at the airport.

Standard Media Group has termed the story as inaccurate, false and based on propaganda and it does not reflect the editorial stand of the Standard Newspaper but the personal opinion of Ochieng Rapuro, the new Editor-in-Chief.

“Our attention has been drawn towards this letter circulating on various social media platforms with regards to a story done by The Standard. We urge our loyal audience to dismiss the letter as fake and support us in combating fake news.” Said Standard Media Group

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Also read: DP Ruto slams Standard Media publication as fake news

The statement follows DP Ruto denial of the whole story saying it was fake and that he was nowhere near the airport on that day.

He further said how he was not surprised that some media houses and their owners are that desperate.

“FAKE NEWS ALERT!!! I was nowhere near JKIA. I am NOT surprised that some media houses & their owners are this desperate. Tuwasamehe tu!!” Said DP William Ruto

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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