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Lesedi Land Scam: Popular influencer Karangu Muraya disowns the scam sides with victims

Shaken by the Lesedi Developers land scandal threatening to end his career, popular influencer Karangu Muraya now says his contract was not to con Kenyans.

Muraya who is better known for his philanthropy said he will mobilise a meeting with all investors so that they do not lose their sweat.

He apologised to his followera over getting caught up in the ugly scandal.

“To all my followers am sorry and I can confirm to you that I will stand with all investors and as per our agreement with management you will either get your title deeds or refund as soon as possible. Shalom!,” he said.

He confirmed that in 2021, heninvested and Influenced for the Lesedi Group together with many other Influencers.

“I can confirm to you that our contract was not to con Kenyans as I have seen many people referring to us,” he said.

He said he had personally called Kahungi Kirago the MD of Lesedi Group and we are preparing a meeting with all investors whose title deeds so that no investors will loose his or her sweat through their platforms.

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