Former NTV news anchor has warned Kenyans over fake pages on social media registered under his name that are soliciting money from Kenyans.
The BBC journalist took to social media to warn his followers about the pages which have been also posting click baits. Madowo, who is BBC’s Africa Business Editor, told Kenyans that all his pages have been verified and people should take note.
He urged Kenyans to help report the fake pages so that they can be pulled down.
“WARNING. None of these are my Facebook accounts. I only have one verified public page. I don’t run any money-making schemes and I would never ask you for money. I also don’t write clickbait content. Please unfriend and report them,” warned Larry Madowo.
Public figures have always been a victim of this as con men us their names to hustle fans. Almost every celebrity in Kenya has been forced at one point to come out and issue a similar statement after fans started complaining that they have been conned.
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