•The fact-checker has, however, established that the poster was not authored by KAA as the organization has not advertised for the said positions.
A poster going viral on social media indicating that Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) has advertised for various job opportunities is fake.
The post was shared by a section of Kenyans among them Dorcus Nawire on Facebook.
The fake advertisement indicated that Kenyans have until November 30, 2022, to apply for the jobs advertised.
The fact-checker has, however, established that the poster was not authored by KAA as the organization has not advertised for the said positions.
In a statement on Twitter, KAA flagged the poster as fake and urged Kenyans to take caution to avoid falling victim to fraud.
“It has come to our attention that there is a FAKE advertisement associating @KenyaAirports
with supposed job opportunities being offered at various airports in our network. Please note that all KAA vacancies are published on our website (http://kaa.go.ke). DO NOT BE CONNED!” KAA tweeted.
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.