Twitter announced on Wednesday that it would no longer include "locked" accounts in follower numbers in an effort to boost user trust in the service.
Christian who goes by the username XtianDela lost over 500,000 followers which led him to a drop from over 1 million followers while Nyakundi lost over 400,000.
President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto are among the casualties of the ongoing war on dormant and fake followers by social media giant Twitter.
Twitter said Wednesday that ordinary people probably won't see much of a difference in their number of followers, which could drop only by four or even fewer.
Accounts are locked for unusual activity, such as tweeting a large amount of unsolicited replies or mentions.
Twitter said owners of accounts will not be able to log in unless they validate the accounts and reset passwords.
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Starting with the more popular accounts on Twitter, Katy Perry, the most followed person on Twitter has lost over 2 million, Twitter itself has lost a cool 7.5 million, Obama over 2 million and interesting enough, Donald Trump has only lost 100,000 followers.
"People having an artificially-inflated follower count made up of bots and redundant accounts is at best deceiving and at worst, fraud".
'@MisterseunPR' said: "Just lost over a thousand followers".
The decision had an nearly immediate impact with followers of many noted Indian politicians and film stars seeing a sharp decline. "Twitter understands this may be hard for some, but it believes accuracy and transparency will make the platform a more trusted service for public conversation".
Although losing 2 million followers is undoubtedly a significant drop, proportionally speaking it's not necessarily huge.
Twitter argued that the recent move was aimed at building users' confidence and reflected the fact that follower counts are "a visible feature" on the platform.