25th November: Africa Fact Check Round-Up

Here is today’s roundup of fact-checks across Africa:

 

Claim: Six claims by Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta in 2021 national day speech

Verdict: FALSE

Source: Africa Check

 

Claim: A Facebook image claims to show the Ethiopian Air Force attacking a G+3 shopping mall in Bati

Verdict: FALSE

Source: Pesa Check

 

Claim: A Facebook post claims to show an Ethiopian Air Force jet attacking TPLF’s military training centre at a place called Raya Azebo

Verdict: FALSE

Source: Pesa Check

 

Claim: A Facebook post with images claims to show the Kampala twin bombings

Verdict: FALSE

Source: Pesa Check

 

Claim: A Facebook post claims there was an explosion around Akamwesi Mall in Kampala, Uganda

Verdict: FALSE

Source: Pesa Check

 

Claim: This image published on the Egypt Today website, claims to show Tigray forces

Verdict: FALSE

Source: Pesa Check

 

Claim: A Facebook post claims the incident where a bus belonging to Gateway Safaris caught fire was due to a bomb explosion

Verdict: FALSE

Source: Pesa Check

 

Claim: A YouTube video with an image claims to show a scene from the twin bombings in Kampala

Verdict: FALSE

Source: Pesa Check

 

Claim: These Facebook images claim to show airstrikes by the Ethiopian Air Force on the Tigray forces in Bati

Verdict: FALSE

Source: Pesa Check

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