Former NTV news anchor and Trend host Larry Madowo has sent an urgent warning to Kenyans to be cautious of conmen using his name.
Larry Madowo warns Kenyans
In an announcement on Instagram, Larry said that he would never ask for money from anyone and he does not run any money making schemes.
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) Africa Business Editor went on to say that he only has one verified Facebook page and called on Kenyans to unfollow and report the eight Facebook pages that scammers are using in his name to steal from unsuspecting Kenyans.
“WARNING. None of these are my Facebook accounts. I only have one verified public page. I don’t run any money-making schemes and I would never ask you for money. I also don’t write clickbait content. Please unfriend and report them,” warned Larry Madowo.
Rachel Ruto warning to the public
His warning comes barely a week after Deputy President William Ruto’s wife Rachel warned the public to be wary of conmen using her name to steal from Kenyans.
In a series of tweets, the DP’s wife said that there were men and women using her name in a scheme claiming to give out vehicles to people.
Mama Rachel went on to clearly state that she was not running any competition or giving out any cars.
She also advised Kenyans not to send any of their personal details or money to anyone and that she had already reported the matter to the police and necessary action was being taken.
Eyewitness? Submit your stories now via social or: