United Democratic Alliance Aspirant For Nairobi Governorship Johnson Sakaja has finally admitted the Fate of his degree that he had earlier purported to have obtained from University of Nairobi. Sakaja who is seeking for Nairobi Governorship has faced a steep hill over university degree saga.
However, as Start Reports, Johnson Sakaja has finally spoken the truth, reveals what he will do next. Sakaja has said that he did not finish his degree at University of Nairobi over lack of school fees. Sakaja has said that he underwent financial constraints in University of Nairobi, a move that made him not to wind up his studies.
Affirming, Sakaja has said that he will go back to University of Nairobi next to wind up his studies. Sakaja has indicated that that's the next move he's aiming.
Additionally, Sakaja said that, despite of getting funds that could have enabled him to wind up studies, he did not go back to school. Sakaja has vowed to be back and wind up his studies.
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