Fraudsters ‘hiring’ ODM supporters for non-existent party jobs
The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) has cautioned Kenyans to be wary of a scam by unscrupulous individuals to possibly fleece the public.
According to the opposition party’s communications director Phil Etale, the scam is the work of “opponents” who are all out to soil the name of the party.
The ODM distances itself from this page on Facebook. It is by our opponents who want to confuse our supporters. We don’t charge agents. pic.twitter.com/BmkUyCXw42
— Philip Etale (@EtalePhilip) November 9, 2016
Meanwhile, those behind the suspected syndicate seemed to have used the all too common practice of associating with popular personalities or institutions – in their effort to swindle the public.
Thus, they have opened a Facebook page under the name “Orange Democratic Movement Youth Congress” a forum that has been subscribed to by more than 5000 people by Thursday morning.
The most recent post in the page indicates that the party is “recruiting agents and super-agents” in all of the countries 47 Counties, who stand to pocket a daily allowance of between Sh 1,600 and Sh 3,400.