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State House Accused Of Faking Congratulatory Letter From Israel (Photos)

President Uhuru Kenyatta during past inauguration.
President Uhuru Kenyatta during past inauguration.

State House has been accused of faking a congratulatory letter from Israel.

The letter allegedly written by Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is reportedly fake as his signature on the Kenyan congratulatory letter is different from his signature on other letters.

Here is a picture of the letter Netanyahu reportedly wrote to congratulate Uhuru Kenyatta, see the signature

Below are pictures of letters also written by Netanyahu and which bear his true signature;

This comes after reports that Kenya through the Foreign affairs ministry was pushing for and soliciting congratulatory messages from other States with over 40 countries having congratulated President Uhuru Kenyatta by yesterday.

READ: How Jubilee Has Protected Uhuru’s ‘Win” from a ‘Rogue Supreme Court’

Speculations are rife that apart from forging the Congratulatory letters from the two countries, Foreign Affairs led by Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed had solicited congratulations from not only her UK counterpart Boris Johnson but also from other countries as revealed by their Diplomats to an International Media.

Western Diplomats seemed to have toned down the apparent endorsement of Kenyatta after wide criticism by Opposition terming them “enemies of Kenya.” Sources claim a number of diplomats have shied away from congratulating President Kenyatta until next week when he will be inaugurated.

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Kahawa Tungu

Written by Kahawa Tungu

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