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Advert on Ngirita Foundation sparks controversy

Medical camp?

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This is according to an advertisement circulating widely on social media.

As per the ad, the Ngiritas will be having a free medical camp on Saturday at Mirera Primary School in Naivasha.

The two Ngiritas siblings – Ann and Jeremiah - were used as the face of the medical drive while Red Cross Society was mentioned to be one of the sponsors.

The ad made rounds on Twitter and various WhatsApp groups noting that the medical camp would be conducted ahead of a protest organized in Naivasha demanding that the NYS suspects be released on bail.

However, on Saturday morning the Red Cross Society of Kenya dismissed any involvement in the purported medical camp stating that it was fake.

In a tweet, Red Cross urged Kenyans to ignore the poster.

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