NOT TRUE: Tweet claiming Kenyan road is in Uganda misleading

The Fact-Checker has established the image is of a road in Narok County, Kenya.

In Summary

•A search of the image via Google Lens brings several Kenyan credible media reports that have used that image with a clear indication that the road is Maai-Mahiu - Narok- Bomet Highway.

An image shared on Twitter by Louis Jadwong with a caption indicating that a Kenyan road is in Uganda is misleading.

Jadwong shared the image and captioned it:

East, west, north or south....whichever direction you take in this Pearl Of Africa, amazing sights await you. #WelcomeToUganda.”

The Fact-Checker has established the image is of a road in Narok County, Kenya.

A search of the image via Google Lens brings several Kenyan credible media reports that have used that image with a clear indication that the road is Maai-Mahiu - Narok- Bomet Highway.

A report by Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) news website for instance used the exact image in a story titled: “Driver, turn boy injured in an accident along Maai-Mahiu–Narok highway”.

In the story,  the image was captioned as: A lorry driver died on the spot and his turn boy seriously injured when the lorry they were travelling in lost control and rolled at Stima area long Maai – Mahiu Narok highway on early Saturday morning”.

Also, the image is available on the Wikimedia website and is described as Narok-Bomet road, Kenya-near Maasai mara game reserve.

The Star Newspaper has looked into an Image shared on Twitter by Louis Jadwong with a caption indicating that a Kenyan road is in Uganda and finds it to be misleading.

This fact check was produced by The Star Newspaper with support from Code for Africa’s PesaCheck, African Fact-Checking Alliance Network, and the United Nations Development Program.

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