In one instance, the front page was posted on a Facebook group page with more than 1 million members.
But did a newspaper called the “Daily Times” really report that Odinga had spent KSh580 million – in January 2022, about US$5 million – on the party?
Daily Nation front page altered
The front page is an altered version of Daily Nation’s 7 January 2022 edition.
The headline has also been changed. The real headline reads: “How Uhuru, Raila cornered DP Ruto on coalitions Bill.”
All the other elements on the front page are the same. The “Daily Times” front page circulating on Facebook is a fake.
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