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David Ndii in trouble for spreading news on Moi's 'death'

Very unfortunate incident

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Ndii had tweeted a breaking news article from a notorious fake news site but shortly after found himself on the receiving end from a section of Kenyans who were angered by the tweet.

Shortly after, Ndii responded with the message, "Fake news apparently. Cruel",

He admitted that he had fallen victim to the fake news after underestimating how cruel people can be.

Despite the Ndii's profuse apologies, Kenyans on Twitter did not mince their words in attacking the renowned economist for sharing unverified information.

Here are some of the comments:

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