Popular Gossip Blogger Edgar Obare Summoned by DCI over Social Media Exposé

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Edgar Obare has made a name of himself on Instagram. He is known for posting gossip stories crowdsourced by his followers on Instagram that are posed on his Stories. People love gossip and that has led to him look for more information about celebrities and his Instagram Stories are so popular, he monetized it.

Well, it seems like his earlier stunt has landed him into big trouble. He announced today that he has been summoned by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) over Natalie Tewa, a popular lifestyle YouTuber/influencer.

So yesterday, I was informed I am being summoned to the DCI. I was kindly requested by an officer to appear at the DCI HQ without fail in the next few days. I am told the purpose of this summon is to answer questions about Natalie Tewa, he said on the Instagram Story posted over an hour ago.

If you don’t know the backstory about this summon, let me give you a rundown. A while back, the Mombasa governor, Hon Hassan Joho posted a photo of him going to Dubai. Inside the jet, people noticed a brown tote bag and started speculating what it was. Somehow the internet managed to figure out the likely owners of the bag and one of the alleged owners was Natalie Tewa.

This story was of great interest on Twitter and on Edgar Obare’s Instagram Stories. Later on, Edgar Obare posted visa details that allegedly belonged to Natalie Tewa that contained details like her full government name and date of travel. That incident had mixed reactions on social media and some people outed him on the behaviour.

Well it seems that the ball has being rolled and Edgar is at the end of this cliff. Even Natalie Tewa herself hinted of this development regarding Edgar yesterday.

Social media use has largely been unregulated until the Computer Misuse and Cybercrimes Act was passed a while ago. We have seen people being arrested and charged before over such actions on social media by the DCI based on this law so we have to see what will happen in this Edgar Obare-Natalie Tewa case.

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