Citizen Tv presenter Tallia Oyando also known as the night nurse has distanced herself from a Facebook page that has been posting bizarre things in her name.

So Tallia took to Instagram to let out her frustrations on how Facebook management has done nothing about it. Despite her attempts to contact them.

The night nurse added that the page has been conning people in the name of ‘sure odds’. Whatever that is, she said.

Surprisingly, whoever manages the page also shares pictures of Tallia’s son and granny. And for that reason, Tallia has shied away from posting pics of her family on social media.

This picture has been doing rounds and has landed on my Whatsapp so many times.THIS IS A FAKE Facebook PAGE. And for over a year I have asked Facebook to take it down and nothing has been done. This same person is conning people asking them for money and talking about Sure odds (whatever that is).

So if you fall for their lies that’s on you. Because anyone who knows me knows I don’t talk like this. They have used pictures of my child, my grandmother and you see why I stopped posting my family on social media. Because of this nonsense because someone can’t get their ass up to go get a job. The phone numbers associated with this page are 0704199656 and 0796133259 and 0795963406 and 0727165998….. you may laugh it may seem funny to you but it’s mentally draining to me. Read her post in full.

Misinformed blogs

So about two months ago, Tallia Oyando admonished Operanews after they published fake news about her.

The riveting beauty had posted a photo of herself with the famous reggae artist Beres Hammond wishing him a happy birthday.

However, the Opera news bloggers took the post out of proportion and claimed that Tallia was spotted with an old man at a party! The post was later deleted from their website.

What kind of journalism is this? Which old man? What party? Wondered Tallia.

Surely who doesn’t know Beres Hammond?

By Wanjiru Mbaru.

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