Former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo has exposed a man pretending to be his son saying he has no any relationship with him.
According to Kabogo, the man who has a slight resemblance with him and identifies himself as Tony Kabogo on Facebook was going around lying to unsuspecting people that he was his son.
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According to a Facebook post by Kabogo seen on Saturday, February 9, the man was an impostor who needed to be languishing behind prison walls.
On his Facebook profile, Tony describes himself as a businessman in the matatu industry.
"Tony Kabogo a business guy who works with matatus called Manchester Thika Road and many jobs," reads Tony Kabogo's Facebook bio.
The former governor said the man was an impostor and conman.
Tony Kabogo describes himself as a businessman plying his trade in the matatu industry. Photo: William Kabogo/Facebook.Source: Facebook
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"This guy is a fraud and an impostor. He's not my son. He is a conman be aware. If you spot him report to the nearest police station," Kabogo stated.
A section of Facebook users however argued the man was the former governor's lookalike and he needed not to dijsown him.
"Nani haoni huyu ni kabogo mwenyewe (who doesn't see this is a replica of Kabogo. He's his coloured photocopy," said George Ngige Ndekere.
Dancun Maina said there was no difference between Tony and WIlliam Kabogo.
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