A tweet sharing the poster reads:“Massive job opportunities at Brookside Dairies in Ruiru. Spread the word!”
Applicants, it says, must be a Kenyan citizens aged 18 and up. They must also have a certificate, diploma or degree from a recognised institution and be proficient in English and Kiswahili.
But is this job ad legit? We checked.
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On 3 November 2021, Brookside posted the poster on its Facebook page, stamped “FAKE”.
"We wish to inform the public that this job recruitment notice is fake and did not originate from Brookside Dairy. Kindly disregard and share this widely," it said.
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