Social media users in Kenya posted images in March 2022, claiming they showed used condoms being repackaged for resale.
The images show large sacks and dirty cardboard boxes, which appear to be filled with unwrapped condoms and smaller boxes branded Durex, a widely available condom brand.
The photos look like they were taken in a garage or storeroom, though there are no clear indications where this might be.
“Meanwhile, A company in Kariobangi is repackaging condoms that should not be for sale to sell,” one person posted on Twitter.
Kariobangi and Kawangware are both residential estates in the Kenyan capital Nairobi.
But were these photos taken in Nairobi? We checked.
Years-old photos from Vietnam and China
None of the photos shared on social media in March 2022 about the repacking of used condoms are from Kenya.
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