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Trevor Ombija cautions fans against conmen impersonating him on Facebook


  • Pranksters have reportedly switched to impersonating celebrities on social media as they con the unsuspecting citizens
  • Trevor Ombija exposed the parody Facebook account and warned his fans against biting its baits
  • Trevor said he doesn’t offer job opportunities or loans as purported by the fake account

Citizen TV journalist Trevor Ombija has sent a stern warning to his fans against trusting his parody Facebook account.

Trevor Ombija warns fans against his Parody Facebook.
Trevor Ombija exposes fake Facebook. Photo: Trevor Ombija.
Source: UGC

Going on Instagram, the media personality shared a screenshot of the Facebook account and distanced himself from it.

The account is being operated as his own with his name and photos.

I don’t offer jobs

The Monday Report host was alarmed by the fact that the parody account cons people who are desperate for jobs and loans.

“Guys this is a fake account. I’m not offering jobs, internships or any kind of loan. Please be careful and do not offer any money to anyone pretending to be me.

Zari Hassan cautions fans against conmen using her image

In a similar article published on TUKO.co.ke, Ugandan socialite, Zari Hassan, also alerted her fans about people using her image and name to con unsuspecting citizens of their hard-earned money.

Zari said she has never asked for money from her fans to execute her projects. She stated that she does not do forex trade or go around asking for money.

“I don’t do trade or forex and I don’t go around asking for money to do my charity events. There is nothing like Zari foundation asking for financial aid to go and help the orphanages,” Zari stated.

She dismissed rumours doing rounds that she runs an agency that takes people abroad and explained that conmen are the ones behind those adverts using her face to scam people.

“I don’t take people abroad there is an advert with my face asking people to send money because Zari takes people abroad. I don’t do such stuff. There are a lot of people who have been scammed but it always come back to me because it is my face being used, it is not me. Block and report those pages and stay away from such activities,” she added.

Source: Kenya Breaking News Today



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