The quote reads, in Kiswahili: “Kenya ni yetu sisi sote. Babayako alipanga babazetu, lakini sisi hatutakumbali mlevi apange Watoto wetu. Wanawake ni wengi wamezaa siyo mama yako pekee.”
This translates as: “Kenya is for us all. Your dad tricked our dads, but we won’t allow a drunkard to trick our kids. Many women have given birth, not just your mother.”
Kabogo seeks to reclaim the governor’s seat on the Tujibebe Wakenya Party ticket in the August elections.
The quote appears to be directed to the rival Azimio la Umoja coalition led by Raila Odinga and Kenyatta. But is the graphic genuine?
‘Fake news alert’
We checked People Daily’s social media platforms but could not find any evidence that it posted the graphic.
On 7 April, People Daily posted a “fake news alert” on its official Facebook account, with the graphic stamped “FAKE”.
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