“Have you wondered why William Samoei Ruto reads the Bible upside down?” one user asks.
Another says the photo shows that Ruto quotes “non-existing biblical verses... because he reads his bible upside down”.
But was Ruto really snapped reading from an upside-down Bible? We checked.
Photo from 2019 – and altered
Africa Check recently reported on another doctored photo that seemed to show Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga reading an upside-down Bible.
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